Steve Wiser to sign his new book on Louisville's Distinctive Homes!

On Saturday, November 10th at 4 PM, Carmichael's welcomes local architect and historian Steve Wiser, AIA, for a signing and discussion of his new book Distinctive Houses of Louisville. With photography by Dan Madryga, the book features thirty-two notable residences within the metro Louisville region, such as Greystone Gables in New Albany, Conrad Caldwell House on St. James Court, and Colonial Hall near Cherokee Park. The styles range from historical to modern, and in period from 1837 to 2011. Steve Wiser is donating his proceeds to benefit the Visually Impaired Preschool Services (VIPS). Please join us and celebrate Louisville's rich architectural heritage! 
Event date: 
Saturday, November 10, 2012 - 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Event address: 
2720 Frankfort Avenue
40206 Louisville
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Louisville
consistently ranks high as one of the best places to live in America.
It was named the top livable city in 2012, 2008, and several other years
over the past few decades. To be a great place to live, there has to
be good, desirable neighborhoods
and the city has many such as Old Louisville, Highlands, Cherokee
Triangle, Crescent Hill, Audubon Park, just to name a few. 

Within
these remarkable environments are a variety of housing types:  from
basic shapes like Shotguns and Bungalows, to more elaborate styles such
as Classical Revivals and Tudors.  Louisvillians can choose from this
diverse, wide collection a home design that fits their lifestyle.  Among
this large group, there are several select houses which involve more
exceptional planning and craftsmanship.  These distinguished homes also
have fascinating histories of how they were built and who owned them.

These
noteworthy houses are often in secluded, non-visible locations
scattered throughout the region.  Architect and historian Steve Wiser
has researched these landmark residences and assembled them into this
book “Distinctive Houses of Louisville”.