The latest issue of Traditional Building features an interview with preservation pioneer Sharon Park, the restoration of Chicago's Union Station, the rehabilitation of Napa County Superior Courthouse, and much more.
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Preservation Pioneer Sharon Park
An interview with Sharon Park, associate director of the Architectural History and Historic Preservation division for the Smithsonian Institution.
Conserving Cultural Landscapes
How to approach the preservation of cultural landscapes.
Restoration & Renovation
Spanish Colonial Revival Restoration
Fairfax & Sammons’ creative restoration of a Spanish Colonial Revival style house in South Florida respects architect John Volk’s original design
The Ceiling Restoration of Chicago’s Union Station
Goettsch Partners restores the barrel-vaulted ceiling at Chicago’s Union Statio
Rehabilitation of Napa County Superior Courthouse
TreanorHL rehabilitates Napa County Superior Court after the South Napa earthquake severely damages the 1878 building.
Capitol Hill Gothic Revival Icon Restored
The 1888 Gothic Revival St. Mark’s Episcopal Church gets a much needed overhaul.
Restoration of Steel Window Frames and Hardware
Dryden Architecture and Design works with Seekircher Steel Window to bring post-WWI window frames and hardware back to their original form and function.
In the Mood for Architecture—Tradition, Modernism and Serendipity
Patrick Webb reviews Lucien Steil's book In the Mood for Architecture—Tradition, Modernism and Serendipity.
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