O’More students draw Woodbury Square designs

Historic preservation group, interior design in Nashville, TN, students from the O'More are busy drawing designs for the possible rehabilitation of several store fronts.

O’More students draw Woodbury Square designs

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Students from the O’More College of Design in Franklin, near Nashville, TN, are busy drawing designs for the possible rehabilitation of several store fronts on Woodbury’s Square in Cannon County.

Heading up the student group is Associate Professor Susan Besser.

“Nancy Williams of the Tennessee Main Street contacted O’More College in the fall of 2016 asking if we wished to be involved in the Main Street program explaining that Main Street would benefit from the students’ expertise in preparing drawings for proposed rehabilitation of facades, ” Mrs. Besser said.

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Associate Professor Besser’s background includes being an alumni of O’More College of Design with an Interior Design degree and a Masters of History/Historic Preservation from MTSU. She has worked closely with the Tennessee State Historical Commission on National Register Nominations and Historic Tax Credit projects. She is currently the chairwoman of Franklin Historic Zoning Commission. Mrs. Besser has taught at O’More College of Design for 15 years.

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