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Clyde Moop

Clyde Moop is a commission for the adaptive reuse of a historic 1920s house in Corktown, Detroit into a restaurant and community garden. Existing materials such as wood, cladding, and paving found in the house and adjacent lots are repurposed in new applications to divert construction waste. While one side of the house provides a welcoming entry on the street edge, the other side opens up to a new multi-seasonal porch that connects the garden to the house, allowing for community activity and programming throughout the year.

2020 06 11 Yard Perspective PY-01