Traditional Building | October 2020
The latest issue of Traditional Building features an interview with architect Jan Gleysteen, a new luxury high-rise in Manhattan, the restoration of a beautiful Art Deco building, and more.
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Interview: Architect Jan Gleysteen
Jan Gleysteen has made a career out of creating seamless design.
Climate Chaos and Heritage-Conservation Values: The Urgency for Action
How will the community of practice in historic conservation rise to the challenge and opportunity of Climate Chaos, now upon us?
New High-rise Complex From Studio Sofield
A new high-rise complex in Manhattan promises ultraluxury in a classic setting.
Restoration and Renovation
The Renovation of an Art Deco Landmark
An Art Deco landmark gets revitalized down to its office eye-candy.
A Changing Timber Frame of Reference
In their third life, massive timbers are recycled into a second, new timber-frame building.
Materials and Methods
Traditional Roofing Materials
A look at roofing materials for historically inspired buildings.
Ceramic Tile History
The history of ceramics as a building material.
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