Traditional Building | April 2020
The latest issue of Traditional Building features an academic village created by Thadani Architects + Urbanists, the creation of Courier Square by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, an interview with Paul Edmondson from The National Trust of Historic Preservation and more.
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Thadani Architects + Urbanists Designs the Lyceum Block
Thadani Architects + Urbanists creates an academic village at Seaside.
Courier Square Designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects
Robert A. M. Stern Architects designs Courier Square taking cues from Charleston’s historic buildings.
Restoration & Renovation
The Reconstruction of Longfellow Bridge
After five years of reconstruction work, the Boston−Cambridge Longfellow Bridge is a model of historic preservation and 21st-century modernization.
Modernist Architecture answers to a cloistered elite—it’s time for a change.
A Moment with Paul Edmondson
We sit down with president & CEO of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Relamping Lady Liberty
The original torch shines again after a meticulous conservation.
Materials & Methods
Hazardous Building Materials
Assessing and abating hazardous building materials.
Continuing the education, awareness, and appreciation of masonry.
The Trick to Matching Brick
How bricks are made and how how to match them.
The Art of Classic Planning
Patrick Webb reviews The Art of Classic Planning.
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