Traditional Building Conference: Boscobel Museum and Gardens

Hudson Valley, NY | July 16-17, 2019
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  • Network with architects, craftsmen, and suppliers
  • Earn 10+ AIA learning units
  • Eat & Drink Behind the Scenes at Boscobel

The next Traditional Building Conference will take place at Boscobel Mansion July 16-17, 2019. Overlooking the Hudson River, Boscobel was painstakingly restored after falling into disrepair in the 1950s. It now stands as a testament to the power of preservation and traditional building techniques. Join us and enjoy exclusive access to the mansion while learning the latest in restoration, sustainability and traditional materials and methods from the nation’s leading experts.

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Tuesday, July 16:

Flood Mitigation at the Farnsworth House
Pre-construction Investigations and Mock-ups for Historic Preservation Projects
Working with a Custom Cabinet Maker
Boscobel House and Garden Tour

Wednesday, July 17:

The Restoration of Jefferson's Rotunda
Contextual Sustainability: The Child of Vitruvius and the Picturesque
Carbon Net Zero and Historic Communities
Building Craft
Traditional Takes: Short Presentations on Traditional Building Practice

Attendees will enjoy architectural walking tours and behind the scenes access to Boscobel. In the nighttime hours following the conference, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival while be joining us on Boscobel’s grounds.

Visit traditionalbuildingshow.com to learn more and register.

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