Historic House Preservation Society
The MADE: In America Historic House Preservation Society (HHPS) is among the many significant outcomes emerging from the inaugural All American House held at Historic Woodlawn.
Creating the All American House required forming a coalition of leading business executives, distinguished faculty members, non-profit executives, and design professionals. This group of dedicated individuals and the organizations they represent coalesced around this project to create a new model for collaborative action.
What began as an ad hoc collaboration developed into the Historic House Preservation Society, an organization dedicated to redefining historic house properties across the United States.
The organization will enable MADE: In America to build on the momentum ignited by the All American House and provide a structure for concerted future action.
The Historic House Preservation Society welcomes nominations to this illustrious group. Individuals or organizations interested in participating in the creation of future All American House projects at sites across the United States are invited to apply.
Those interested must provide a cover letter stating their interest, provide their vitae or organizational credentials and provide a detailed proposal indicating how they can assist in the development and execution of an All American House project. Assistance can take many forms ranging from a property serving as a host site; a company providing project underwriting, to a subject matter expert serving on the competition jury panel.
Interested parties should contact James DeLorbe by email at: email@example.com