Traditional Building | October 2018
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New Residential Colleges at University of Oklahoma by KWK Architects
KWK Architects designs the new Residential Colleges at University of Oklahoma.
A New Dining Hall at Millbrook School by Voith & Mactavish Architects
Voith & Mactavish Architects creates a new dining hall for students at Millbrook School in New York.
The Preservation of Historic Gardens by The Trustees of Reservations
The Trustees of Reservations strive to preserve historic gardens in Massachusetts.
An Interview with Architects Mark Ferguson, Russell Windham, and Gil Schafer III
Three of our country’s esteemed architects, Mark Ferguson, Russell Windham, and Gil Schafer III, talk about Classical Design, how their environment shaped their ideas, and where they find inspiration—and sometimes that elusive euphoria.
Scagliola is a venerable technique that has plaster posing as marble.
Purpose of Classical Moldings
Beyond their practical use in covering intersections, classical moldings are fundamental to describing structural logic—based on a language that can be learned.
Craftsman Doors 101
Learn about best practices when it comes to building doors for historic structures.
Materials & Methods
The Word on Wood Windows
Practicing proper maintenance techniques will increase the lifespan of your wooden windows.
Alternative Building Materials
We have the latest word on alternative building materials when it comes to roofing, siding, and decks.
Robert Venturi’s Rome
A book review on Robert Venturi's Rome by Frederick Fisher and Stephen Harby.
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