+VG Architects undertakes the adaptive reuse of historic Niagara Parks Power Station

Constructed in 1901-1905, the 587 ft long Niagara Parks Power Station (NPPS) occupies a unique position in the history of the electrical and industrial revolutions, for it is here that George Westinghouse and his business partner Nikola Tesla used their generators and alternating current (AC) to supply electricity on an unprecedented scale

by Hannah Holt
David Lasker Photography

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