Why Historic Preservation Matters - Lunch and Conversation with Architect Max Hayden
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- $250 USD to shcef0409
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Lunch for you and your guest, provided by The Peasant Grill, and conversation with acclaimed architect Max Hayden, at his offices in the restored and newly relocated Mt. Rose General Store (pictured here.) Perfect for a group of architecture enthusiasts!
To say Max Hayden is passionate about preserving historic homes and buildings is an understatement. In addition to the numerous homes he has built and the renovations for which he has been responsible in the Princeton area, he has also managed the relocation of two family homes prior to taking on the challenge of moving his own. With this venture he successfully marries the art and science of architecture. To be part of a conversation with Mr. Hayden is to be drawn into his world, where the beauty and integrity of homes with history are respected and revered.
Max Hayden Architect is located at 230 Hopewell Rd., Princeton.
The Peasant Grill
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