Classical architect. Professor. Author. Editor. All of those hats fit Duncan G. Stroik of Duncan G. Stroik Architect, LLC, of South Bend, IN.
Designing and restoring historic art glass and stained-glass windows is a delicate balancing act that entails a unique combination of give and take between clients and craftspeople. Experts from leading studios tell Traditional Building what works, what doesn't work, and what they would like to see happen on each project.
Judy Hayward looks at two historic churches at Yale in the New Haven Green, Center Church and Trinity Church, and the men who designed them.
McCrery Architects designed a new traditional Roman Catholic Church for a historic congregation in South Carolina.
John G. Waite's historic restoration of The African Meeting House in Boston, MA, includes replacing historic windows, woodwork, lighting and exterior work.
Jean Carroon's efforts to connect the restoration and environmental communities have won her the fourth annual Clem Labine Award.
John Canning Studios', Bulfinch winner in the craftsmanship/artisanship category, outstanding work at the Cathedral of St. Patrick in Norwich, CT.
Our Savior Parish in Los Angeles is a new 6,000-sq.ft. chapel that seats 300 and a 14,000-sq.ft. two-story student center built around an open courtyard.
Today's decorative painters bring the spaces of sacred settings back to life.