100 Year Window by Hull Millwork
Hull Millworks' 100 Year Window is a return to excellence and long-term performance. Brent Hull, a millwork craftsman,and custom builder has created a line of historically authentic windows built with superior materials and construction methods but with newer details for better energy efficiency.
Interview: Andrés Duany on Affordable Housing and Classicism
The New Urbanist addresses one of the biggest hurdles to mixed-use projects.
Book Review: An American Renaissance: Beaux-Arts Architecture in New York City
Phillip James Dodd takes readers on an erudite and visually jaw-dropping tour of Beaux-Arts architecture through 20 examples in and around New York City, the wellspring of Gilded Age cash and egos that made it all possible.
Nixalite of America & Bird-X Stand-Up to Feathered Foes
When it comes to protecting buildings from birds, two companies have perfect solutions.
Artisans and craftsmen who are making ironwork alive today.
Here are some of the artisans and craftsmen who are making their mark on history by recreating old pieces and creating their own traditional and custom works for a variety of design professionals.
Cold Mountain Custom Window Demonstrates the use of copper as a fenestration option.
Fenestration goes non-ferrous in a neo-traditional high-rise.
Notre-Dame’s fire leads to a teachable moment as students rebuild Truss Number 6.
During a six-week course in which students would study the architectural history of Notre-Dame; learn timber framing skills by creating models, then hewing, assembling, and raising a truss on the University Mall; and planning an exhibit at the National Building Museum.
Traditional Building Conference Series is back in-person, starting in Alexandria, VA.
This event features two days of AIA CEU classroom education, architectural tours, networking, relationship building, food, and food for thought. There are several points of interest near our venue including Mt. Vernon, Woodlawn, and Old Town Alexandria.