The August issue of Traditional Building focuses on the 2017 Clem Labine winner Duncan Stroik, a book review of Rethinking Modernism and the Built Environment, and the resurrection of a Newport, RI car museum.
VOL. 30 | NO. 4 | August 2017
2017 Clem Labine Award
Duncan Stroik: Architecture for the Ages
Duncan G. Stroik, “a one-man phenomenon who has changed the landscape of American Catholic church design,” is the recipient of the 2017 Clem Labine Award.
Renovation of the Audrain Building
Northeast Collaborative Architects led the restoration of the Audrain Building in Newport, RI.
Advice From Stone Cutters and Quarries
Stone cutters and quarries offer tips and guidelines to help architects save time and money and get the best results.
Rethinking Modernism and the Built Environment
Rethinking Modernism and the Built Environment examines the impact of structures on cities and urban environments associated with Modernism.
The Value of Hand Drawing
Recognizing the importance of drawing by hand, Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) in New York City has added a gallery devoted to this skill. It will feature 3-4 exhibits a year.
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