Traditional Building | June 2022
In this issue of Traditional Building, read about the restoration of a Brooklyn rowhouse,, an interview with Dan Gordon on historical precedent in the contemporary landscape, the design of a garden and more.
ON THE COVER: ESa designs The Fisher Center for the Performing Arts in Nashville; Photo by Nick Merrick
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The Brooklyn Studio restores a c. 1850 rowhouse while adapting it for modern living.
ESa designs a jewel of a performing arts center on a university campus in Nashville.
Sustainable in San Antonio
Historical references, a high-performance building envelope, clean-energy technologies, and integration into a densely urban community make the building complex at 1703 Broadway a model project.
Layering the Past
When a landscape designer merges past and present, a family reaps rewards that influence their love of nature now and into the future.
Q and A with landscape architect Dan Gordon
Dan Gordon on historical precedent in the contemporary landscape.
New Life for Historic Pocket Doors
Meticulous restoration of hidden hardware unlocks the meaning of “hold space for hangers.”
Restoration of Reading Terminal Marketplace
Seemingly small masonry repairs make a big impact..
Historic door accoutrements define the style and character of your door.
We visit with manufacturers who make traditional and classical porch components.
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