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The doors were also salvaged from the site. "When the property was sitting derelict, there was a ton of great tagging and graffiti going on," Levitt says. "Evergreen was able to save all the doors, which came mostly from the kiln buildings, and we used so

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Originally appeared in Welcome Hut
on September 27, 2010
The doors were also salvaged from the site. "When the property was sitting derelict, there was a ton of great tagging and graffiti going on," Levitt says. "Evergreen was able to save all the doors, which came mostly from the kiln buildings, and we used so

The doors were also salvaged from the site. "When the property was sitting derelict, there was a ton of great tagging and graffiti going on," Levitt says. "Evergreen was able to save all the doors, which came mostly from the kiln buildings, and we used some for the hut." Levitt and Touw also employed old chalkboards to clad the insides of the some of the doors: "Matthew found a school hat was closing nearby and was able to save all the slate," Levitt says." "It makes it easy to do temporary signage." Photo by Ben Rahn, A-Frame Studio.

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