Personal Space: Dayvid LemMon's Museum of Gentrification

Personal Space: Dayvid LemMon's Museum of Gentrification

Local photographer Dayvid LemMon lives in one of the only houses left in his downtown Phoenix neighborhood. He calls his space the Museum of Gentrification; it's island of sorts surrounded by city high-rises and condominiums. Inside, LemMon describes his style as Gothic, Victorian Row House, with a heavy IKEA influence.


Local photographer Dayvid LemMon lives in one of the only houses left in his downtown Phoenix neighborhood. He calls his space the Museum of Gentrification; it's island of sorts surrounded by city high-rises and condominiums. Inside, LemMon describes his style as Gothic, Victorian Row House, with a heavy IKEA influence.
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