A Cajun House for Operation Squeegee

Posted: June 27, 2010 in Uncategorized
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might be slightly haunted or something

This house is based on an actual house built in the late 1700s or early 1800s in Baton Rouge, Louisiana—one of the few surviving examples of this indigenous type of architecture. I worked using floor plans, elevations, and photographs of the real-life building, which can be seen here:

http://loc.gov/pictures/item/la0080/

From 1 to 15 July, 100 percent of proceeds from the sale of this building will go to the National Wildlife Federation Oil Spill Recovery Fund, via the inworld fundraiser Operation Squeegee.

Features

• Rez-crated
• 125 prims, or 116 without optional cistern and roof gutter
• 15m x 25m footprint (with cistern)
• Mod/copy—add your own touches
• Four rooms with a central fireplace
• Front gallery (porch)
• Large garçonnière (attic) with access from back gallery
• Lots of windows with working shutters, lots of doors
• Elevated on brick piers

Visit the demo inworld: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Montlaur/176/57/50/

Edited to add the event location, now that it has begun: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Ctrl%20Shift%20H/237/79/22/

As always, if you need help or have questions, IM me!

Nikita Weymann

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