Glenbrow Talk & Tour to Benefit Columbus Landmarks

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Glenbrow Talk & Tour to Benefit Columbus Landmarks

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We will be participating in 2 events to benefit Columbus Landmark Foundation, October 1st and 8th:

TALK:
Saving Glenbrow: A Conversation with Joe Kuspan and Dorri Steinhoff
Join Joe and Dorri as they share a detailed account of salvaging and restoring the house they now call home. See before and after photos that bring their story to life and learn about the history of the designers Smith, Van Fossen and Cuneo, as well as the former homeowners, the Gunning Family. Coffee and cookies will be served.
Sunday, October 1, 1:30-3 p.m.
Long Street Studio in the Gathering Room
300 East Long Street, Corner of North 6th and East Long Streets (on street

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TOUR:
Join us for a special afternoon at Glenbrow, the home of Dorri Steinhoff and Joe Kuspan. This is an exclusive, Columbus Landmarks Foundation members-only event.
Get a rare, insiders' look into one of Columbus’ most incredible examples of historic salvation. CLF Board Member Dave Vottero, Director of Architectural Design at Schooley Caldwell, helped advocate for the property for many years and envision possibilities for saving the property from demolition. Local architect and owner Joe Kuspan will share a personal story of the 3 year transformation from ruin to an architectural gem. Tour the house and beautiful gardens while enjoying mimosas and coffee with savories and sweets.

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