Traditional Building | April 2019

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April 2019
The April issue of Traditional Building features a custom-tailored building by GTM Architects, Ziger|Snead Architects' transformation of the historical A. Hoen Lithograph Company buildings, a profile on Trefler's, an in-depth story on classical archeologist Darius Arya, and more, with a focus on adaptive reuse.

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Projects
GTM Architects Customizes Union Knitting Mills
GTM Architects custom tailors an 1800s knitting mill to house a software developer’s headquarters, among other tenants.

Ziger|Snead Architects Transforms A. Hoen Lithograph Company
Ziger|Snead Architects transforms the historical A. Hoen Lithograph Company buildings in East Baltimore for modern use.

Profile
The Restorative Arts of Trefler's
The oldest restoration company in the United States, Trefler’s has a long history of breathing new life into treasured heirlooms.

Classical Archeologist Darius Arya
Darius Arya discovers the present by digging up the past.

Product Reports
Moldings, Nature, and Beauty
Embedded in the language of classical architecture are diverse alignments with nature—explicit and implied.

King Architectural Metals Talks About Metals for Traditional Building
Metalwork is essential to traditional architecture—however, it can be intimidating to source. Fortunately, we can look to manufacturers and suppliers—such as King Architectural Metals—for expertise.

Materials & Methods
Understanding Mortar: The Glue That Binds
Mortar—what you need to know for your next masonry project.

Book Review
McKim, Mead & White: Selected Works 1879-1915
Clem Labine reviews the book McKim, Mead & White: Selected Works 1879-1915.

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