The May issue of Traditional Building features the restoration of the 1914 New Haven County Courthouse by JCJ Architecture, a clock tower restoration by Campbellsville Industries, Hartman-Cox Architects' design of The New John A. Campbell Courthouse, a profile on conservation architect Steven Semes, and much more.
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An 1853 Clock Tower Restoration by Campbellsville Industries
An 1853 clock tower for a Kentucky courthouse is replicated by Campbellsville Industries.
The Restoration of the 1914 New Haven County Courthouse by JCJ Architecture
JCJ Architecture restores the 1914 New Haven County Courthouse.
Hartman-Cox Architects Designs The New John A. Campbell Courthouse
Hartman-Cox Architects designs the new John A. Campbell Courthouse, which has reigned as the highest seat of justice in Mobile, Alabama, since 1934.
Steven Semes: The Conservation Architect
Steven Semes muses on the role of heritage in terms of preservation and so much more.
Materials & Methods
John Canning & Co.'s Art Conservation at Luzerne County Courthouse
John Canning & Co. conserves a legacy of art and craftsmanship in the Luzerne County Courthouse.
Bricks: Building Blocks
An ancient building material, brick offers a variety of color, textures, and patterns.
The Language of Design
Classical traditions brought to life.
Book Review: From Truths to Tools
A review of the book From Truths to Tools, which explores artisan geometry.
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