When we think of historic buildings, we tend to think of ancient churches or houses a century old or more.
But in Beaconsfield, a debate is brewing over whether or not a house built in the 1950s should be given historical protection.
It's the Trend house; one of 11 unique, thuroughly modern houses built across Canada.
The Beaconsfield Trend House needs major repairs. The people who own it want to tear it down.
But others -- including the family of the architect who designed it -- are rallying to save it. Dave spoke with the grandson of architect Philip Goodfellow, who is himself an architect.
Do you think we should be protecting mid-century modern architecture?
Or should it be up to the people who own the house to do what they want?
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Listen to Dave's conversation with Philip Goodfellow: