Aluminum House Moves On... Again Originally designed for an architectural exhibition in Manhattan in 1931, the "Aluminaire" house was taken down after the show and reerected as a country home at Huntington, Long Island (N.Y.). But early in 1987, the building, deteriorated and empty, was in danger of being demolished when the owner wanted to develop the land. Preservationists and architects raised quite a fuss, since they considered the building to be one of the country's first prefabricated houses. Now, after receiving a grant from the State Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Department for $99,000, nine architecture students at the New York Institute of Technology are busily dismantling the building, cataloguing and documenting each piece. The