The Idaho Architecture Project is a community-powered catalog of historic properties in Idaho.

It is the main focus of Preservation Idaho’s Education Committee and serves as a state-wide resource, using a wiki format, where anyone can contribute to the documentation and appreciation of historical buildings.

The Idaho Architecture Project was originally created as the Boise Architecture Project in 2006 as an end of the year classroom project for AP U.S. History students at Timberline High School in Boise, Idaho. The project was conceptualized by Douglas Stan, a Social Studies teacher at Timberline and a graduate from Occidental College, where he took Professor Robert Winter’s L.A. Architecture. This course is the inspiration for the Boise Architecture Project, and sought to introduce students to neighborhood architecture and architectural history.

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Preservation Idaho is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which wholly relies on memberships, donations, sponsorships, and grants to fulfill its mission of preserving Idaho’s historic places through collaboration, education, and advocacy.

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