The April 2018 issue of Traditional Building features the restoration of the Georgia State Capitol, Notre Dame's teachings on historic preservation, the historic tax credit, a review of the book Cities Alive and more.
Teaching Historic Preservation at Notre Dame
Conservation education is a natural extension of Notre Dame's curriculum.
Historic Tax Credit, Take Two
Almost felled by the tax reform ax, an immensely effective preservation tool still stands—albeit under new forms and rules.
The Long-Term Restoration of Georgia's Capitol
Lord Aeck Sargent meticulously restores Georgia's State Capitol to its original luster.
Read about the book Cities Alive: Jane Jacobs, Christopher Alexander, and the Roots of the New Urban Renaissance, by Michael W. Mehaffy.
The Façade of a Building
Historic materials continue to help buildings put their best faces forward.
Materials & Methods (new!)
William Flynt brings science to New England’s historic buildings.
Stop Skyscrapers in Paris
Skyscrapers are threatening the beauty of the City of Light.
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