Calendar of Events
WOOD WINDOW REPAIR METHODS, August 14-16, 2013. The Blow Me Down Farm in Cornish, NH, is the location of this workshop given in cooperation with the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site. The instructor is Sally Fishburn, S.A. Fishburn, Inc. For more information, go to www.preservationworks.org/workshops.shtml.
NATIONAL PRESERVATION INSTITUTE: HISTORIC PRESERVATION SEMINARS, September – December 2013. The National Preservation Institute will conduct a series of training seminars for professionals in management, development and historic, cultural and environmental preservation in many cities across the country. Seminars, case studies and small group exercises will highlight state-of-the-art practices in historic preservation. For more information, visit www.npi.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
17th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL PRESERVATION TRADES WORKSHOP, September 6-7, 2013. This year’s International Preservation Trades Workshop will be held in partnership with the National Park Service, Historic Preservation Training Center at the Jenkins Cannery Complex in Frederick, MD. For more information, visit www.ptn.org.
TRADITIONAL BUILDING CONFERENCE PROGRAM, September 19-20, 2013. The third Traditional Building conference of 2013 will be held at the Chicago History Museum in Chicago, IL. The theme is Midwest Traditional Design and Restoration. For more information, call Carolyn Walsh, 781-779-1560 or Judy Hayward, 802-674-6752 or go to www.traditionalbuildingshow.com. For sponsorships, contact Peter Miller, email@example.com.
DETAILS & JOINERY: A CRAFTSMAN’S TOUR OF THE GAMBLE HOUSE, September 21, 2013. Jim Ipekjian, a contemporary woodworker with 20 years of experience, will lead a guided tour of The Gamble House in Pasadena, CA. The tour will focus on the building techniques of the century-old property, which was designed by architects Charles and Henry Greene in the Arts and Crafts style and was built using 17 wood species. For more information and additional tour dates, visit www.gamblehouse.org.
DESIGNDC 2013, September 25-27, 2013. DesignDC 2013 will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. Education sessions and seminars will focus on the theme, “Framing the Future,” and will provide opportunities for participants to mingle with AIA members of the Washington, DC, Northern Virginia and Potomac Valley areas. For more information, visit www.aiadesigndc.net.
ICAA’s BALTIMORE: A CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE DISCOVERED, October 2-6, 2013. ICAA will lead a guided tour through Baltimore, MD. The itinerary includes visits to Palladian Homewood and Mount Clare, Evergreen House, Hampton House, Basilica of the Assumption Cathedral, Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore Museum of Art and the Ladew Topiary Gardens, as well as homes in the “Garden Suburbs” of Roland Park, Guilford and Homeland. For more information, visit www.classicist.org.
APT NYC 2013 CONFERENCE, October 11-15, 2013. The Association for Preservation Technology International will host its annual conference at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York City. Featured workshops, symposiums, exhibits and field sessions will focus on the conference theme, “Preserving the Metropolis,” which examines the challenges posed by NYC population growth. For conference updates, visit www.apti.org/NYC2013.
NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION NATIONAL CONFERENCE, October 29 – November 2, 2013. The National Preservation Conference will take place in Indianapolis, IN. This year’s theme, “Preservation at the Crossroads,” will examine how the host city’s landmarks and historic districts contribute to livability and economic redevelopment. For more information, go to www.preservationnation.org.
TRADITIONAL BUILDING CONFERENCE PROGRAM, November 6-7, 2013. The fourth and last Traditional Building conference of 2013 will be held in Los Angeles, CA. The theme is Western Traditional Design and Restoration. For more information, call Carolyn Walsh, 781-779-1560 or Judy Hayward, 802-674-6752 or go to www.traditionalbuildingshow.com. For sponsorships, contact Peter Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASLA ANNUAL MEETING & EXPO, November 15-18, 2013. The American Society of Landscape Architects will hold its annual meeting and expo at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in Boston, MA. The event includes education sessions, field sessions, tours, workshops and the opportunity to earn up to 21 professional development hours. For more information, visit www.asla.org.
GREENBUILD 2013, November 20-22, 2013. Greenbuild’s international conference and expo will be held in Philadelphia, PA. It is dedicated to green building products and services and will feature three days of educational sessions, green building tours and seminars. For more information, visit www.greenbuildexpo.org.
RALPH ADAMS CRAM’S 150TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY, December 13-14, 2013.
A two-day celebration will be held in honor of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Ralph Adams Cram in Boston, MA. The event features a tour and evensong at All Saints’ Ashmont. For more information, visit www.cramandferguson.com.
NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM PROGRAMS & EXHIBITS. The National Building Museum in Washington, DC, offers a series of exhibits and programs throughout the year on topics dealing with architectural design and building. Many of the programs qualify for AIA continuing-education units. Exhibitions include “Palaces for the People: Guastavino and America’s Great Public Spaces,” which features large-scale color photography of tile constructions created by the Guastavino family, original drawings, patents and advertisements of the Guastavino Company, as well as a full-scaled tile vault and construction demonstrations. The building itself is worth the visit, and 45-minute walk-in tours are offered daily. For details on current programs and a tour schedule, go to www.nbm.org.
WOOD-CARVING WORKSHOPS. Classically trained master wood-carver Dimitrios Klitsas conducts classes in wood carving at his studio in Hampden, MA, for novices as well as professionals looking to take their skills to the highest level. Classes are available for both group and individual instruction. For more details, go to www.klitsas.com or call 413-566-5301.
WOODWORKING CLASSES. The North Bennet Street School holds full-time woodworking courses – including fine carpentry and preservation carpentry – in Boston, MA. Class size is limited to 13 people. The school provides bench space, materials and shop supplies for most workshops. To register and pay online, visit www.nbss.edu.
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"Enjoying a Restored Historic Home"
Curbed: Gilded Age Memories
NYT: "Townhouse Turnaround"
The Washington Post: A Storied Past
Curbed: Craftsman Decor 101
Curbed: "Illinois' $6M David Adler Manor"
NYT: "The Dakota's Cousins and How They Grew"
WSJ: "Germany's Gilded Island of Sylt"
WSJ: A Historic Firehouse Becomes a Home
NYT: "Plain or Painted?"
WSJ: "The Global House of Tudor"
WSJ: "How to Buy an Antique Mantelpiece"
NYT: "Scraping Away the Decades"
HGTV Remodels: Top 10 Exterior Housing Styles
WSJ: It's Not Exactly Scot Free, but This 18th-Century House Does Have a Pedigree
WSJ: "Tales of the South Pacific in Beverly Hills"
NYT: "Penthouses for the Puck Building"
NYT: "Once an $18,000 Home on a Decaying Street, Now a $5 Million Gem"
Curbed: "Townhouse of Park Slope's First Gentrifiers Listed for $4.8M"
NYT: "In Queens, Now May Not Be the Time for an Old House of the Future"
WSJ: "Sibling Retreat in Santa Fe"
ZipRealty: "Top Residential Home Styles and Where to Find Them"
NYT: "Feinstein's Home: Isn't It Romantic?" Well, Yes; But It's Also Expensive!
WSJ: English Accent? Thatch for Sure
Marvin Windows and Doors Announces the Winners of Its 2013 Marvin Architect's Challenge
NYT: "Spuyten Duyvil, the Bronx, Defined by the Views"
NYT: "Built When Sheep Grazed in Brooklyn Heights"
NYT: Prime Park Avenue Sale
Washington Post: A Natural Alternative
Remodeling: An Old Building, Meant for Business, Is Now a Special House and Lovely Home
WSJ: Mid-19th-Century House in Nyack, NY, Is a Jewel of a Restoration Project
Introducing The Crittall Prize!
WSJ: An Eyeful of an Edwardian Home Graces England’s Beautiful Lake District
NYT: "She Used Her Gut Instincts"
CNET: "How Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin Survived Murder, Fires, Constant Change"
Remodeling: Home Sweet Home Again for Founder of Coca-Cola's House
WSJ: "The Lure of the Lighthouse"
NYT: Architect Dennis Wedlick's "Pursuit of the Perfectly Passive"
Curbed: "Buy the Historic Mansion of Erector Set Inventor A.C. Gilbert"
WSJ: "Chasing an Original in Chicago"
WSJ: "House Call: After the Demolition, Memories Will Remain"
WSJ: Restoration of Pricey Property in South Carolina Has Southern Accent
Remodeling: After a Sensitive Renovation and Restoration, an Old House in Minneapolis Is Now a Shining Example
Inhabitat: In Brooklyn, NY, a Home with Japanese and Victorian Influences Struts Its Stuff
NPR: "Miami Beach Preservationists Battle Glitterati Over Homes"
Remodeling: Sustainable Design and Historic Preservation Mesh Well in the Renovation of This Old Home
NYT: A Park Avenue Co-Op Scrubs Up
WSJ: Maurice Fatio's Mediterranean Style Graces a 1930s Home in Miami Beach
WSJ: "A California Craftsman Fit for a Catalog"
WSJ: "Welcoming Front Doors—Artistic Entryways Made of Wood, Glass and Metal"
NYT: "Call Me 'Mansion'"
Curbed: Capital Investment
NTHP: The Gilded Mansions of Long Island That Inspired The Great Gatsby, Book and Movie
WSJ: "Rowayton History, Restored"
Houzz: Using Trim, Smartly, to Update a Traditional Home
Preservation: Sweet Location
WSJ: A Stable Investment
Ancientvine: Tour a Roman Domicile, Reconstructed in 3-D
NYT: At the Ohio History Center, Building the American Dream, 1950s Style
NYT: "How to Restore a Mystery House"
Huffington Post: "Amelia Earhart's American Gothic Home"
WSJ: Buying Colonial Houses, "Real" Colonial Houses
Showdown! In Marvin's Challenge, Vote for Your Favorite Projects
WSJ: "Norm Abram on His Newish Old House"
Washington Post: "The 18th Century Revisited"
NTHP: Now Out—the 2013 List of America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places
NYT: "House Hunting in...the Czech Republic"
MarketWatch: They're So Trad; the Most Expensive Housing Styles in America Are Mostly Traditional
WSJ: "South of Wright in Atlanta"
WSJ: "Piece of Mount Vernon for $25 Million"
NYT: "Shopping with Thomas Jayne: Classical Furnishings"
The Wooden House Project: Wood Carver Deborah Mills and Her Magnificent Work
WSJ: "A Ghost Town, Dressed in Vinegar"
Washington Post: "Where We Live: Middleburg"
WSJ: "The Slow Work of Leaded Windows"
Dishfunctional Designs: Using Salvaged Wood Doors—Imaginatively!
EcoBuilding: In Minneapolis, an Old House Benefits from Sustainable Touches in a Studied Renovation
NYT: "Back in the ('30s) U.S.S.R."
Preservation: Sylvester Manor Is a Frisky 350-Year-Old
WSJ: "A Homestead Sprouts in the Ozarks"
WSJ: "All in the Family in New Hampshire"
NTHP: "Restore vs. Rehabilitate: Which Is Right for Your Historic House?"
Curbed: Take a Cycling Tour of 26 Historic NYC Buildings
WSJ: "Green with Ivy in Chicago"
WSJ: "French Normandy in Ohio"
WSJ: "The Pleasures and Pitfalls of Frank Lloyd Wright Homes"
This Summer, the Restored Birthplace of Abigail Adams, a Sturdy Early American House, Will Reopen
WSJ: "Historic Palladian Mansion in Virginia"
Bloomberg: "House Prices Rise in 89% of U.S. Cities as Recovery Gains"
Architect: In Some Places, Preservationists and Supporters of Photovoltaics Are Lighting It Up
Trulia: "Buying a Piece of Local History: American Homes Through the Decades"
WSJ: "Catalog-Worthy Estate in Chicago"
Huffington Post: "Frank Sinatra's House is a Mid-Century Dream"
Last Call for Entries for the 2013 Builder's Choice and Custom Home Design Awards
WSJ: "History Revisited in Pasadena Home"
WSJ: "The Oast: A Quirky English Outpost"
Washington Post: "Three Families Brave LEED Certification"
The Guardian: Kitchen Countertops: Granite vs. Wood
WSJ: "A Tribute to Old America"
John B. Murray’s New Monograph: Beautiful, People!
WSJ: "A Southwestern Artistic Oasis"
A New NYC Architecture Guide Skips Contemporary Traditional Design
NTHP: Ten Facts About Traditional Architectural Styles
NTHP: Ten Tips to Finding an Historic Home
WSJ: For About $32 Mil, You Can Have This Viennese Showpiece with the Gorgeous Entrance
WSJ: "History on the Hudson in Riverdale"
WSJ: "Once and Future Home in Chicago"
NYT: On Shelter Island in New York, Sylvester Manor Takes Root Again
WSJ: "A Bird's Eye View from Brooklyn"
WSJ: Fine Renovation of Federal-Style House Features Nine Fireplaces
Historic Washington, D.C., House Sells for $8.6 Million
Historic City News: "Renowned Classicist Inspires Home Designers"
WSJ: "Aristocratic Flair in New Jersey"
WSJ: "Southern Belle in Georgia"
NYT: "On Speed-Dial Before Speed-Dial"
EcoBuilding: Renovation of Old Rowhouse in Washington, DC, Enhances Its Past; Oh, It's LEED Platinum, Too
NYT Streetscapes: A Rendezvous With 1,000 Rooms
EcoBuilding: In Austin, TX, a Craftsman-Style House Gets a Gentle Energy Retrofit
WSJ Slide Show: A 'Sailor's Dream' in Maine
Zillow: Which Architectural Styles Are Most Popular? By Region? By State?
WSJ: "Tell Your House, 'Hold That Pose'"
NYT: A Brick-Watcher's Favorites
WSJ: "Condo with History in Boston"
WSJ: "The Dead Architects Society"
WSJ: "Converted Victorian Windmill"
This Old House: Crowning Glories--39 Ideas for Crown Molding
WSJ: Bungalow Pushes a Writer in the Write Direction
WSJ: A Storybook Home's Grand Narrative
EBN: FTC Moves Against False and Exaggerated Claims About Replacement Windows
WSJ: Quaint, Any Way You Slice It
Washington, DC, Unveils Sustainability Plan
WSJ Slide Show: "A Family-Friendly Retreat in Venice"
WSJ: "Queen Anne with a Colorful Past"
WSJ: Old Graze in Tuscany
Prince's Foundation: "HRH the Prince of Wales Visits Highbury Gardens"
WSJ Slide Show: "Stone Manor in Houston"
WSJ: "British Accent in Virginia"
WSJ Slide Show: "Restored Italian Castle"
Architect: "Ragdale Calls for Riffs on the Original Ragdale Ring"
Old-House Journal: Glorious Georgians
Reg Is Now Open for the Year's First Traditional Building Conference
HuffPo: Terence Clarke Writes About a New Book on the Elegant Classicism of Architect Andrew Skurman
Remodeling: In Texas's Hill Country, an Old House Rises to the Occasion
WSJ: "Bed-and-Breakfast with Lively Talk"
WSJ: So Fine in Savannah
NYT Streetscapes: "A Twist on the Town House"
WSJ: "A House, and a Hobby, in Chelsea"
Atlantic Cities: "As Important As It Is, LEED Can Be So Embarrassing"
WSJ: "Condos Blend Old with New"
NYT: Scene Setter for "Law & Order" Comes to Market
Builder: "Mad for Trad"
WSJ: Heavenly Deal?
WSJ: "Detroit Classics, Priced to Move"
Preservation: "There's No Place Like Home"
NYT: In Miami Beach, Preservationists Once More Climb the Battlements
NYT: On the Upper East Side of New York, Old Is Bold
WSJ: Southern Comfort
NYT: Restoring Iran's Heritage of Magnificent Homes in an Age of High Rises
Architect: New Book Eyes the Private Palladio
WSJ: "Castles for the Commoners"
SFGate: Frank Lloyd Wright Home Finally Saved from Demolition
NYT Streetscapes: "A Nod to New Amsterdam"
WSJ: "Restoring History in Bedford Hills"
WSJ: Up in Arms About the Corner Pub
WSJ Slide Show: "Rural Mallorcan Estate"
Remodeling: How to Work with Historical Review Boards
WSJ Slide Show: "A Home with Traditional Touches"
WSJ: Photographer Annie Leibovitz Revs Up the Price for Her Greek Revival
WSJ: "The 20-Year Renovation"
NYT Streetscapes: "When Streets Eat Buildings"
WSJ: Welcome to Wilde's World
WSJ: Talk About Stockbroker Tudor!
NYT: "Downtown, the Crystal Ball Clouds Up"
OHJ: "Stick Style by the Sea"
WSJ Slide Show: "Brooklyn Brownstone, Gilded Accents"
WSJ: "Living in the Past"
USGBC Launches Green Building Information Gateway
NYT: "In San Francisco, Life Without 'Starchitects'"
WSJ: "Dr. Color Is In--Meet the Consultant Who Changed the Face of San Francisco Victorians"
WSJ: The Swimming Pool Probably Doesn't Date to the 16th Century
WSJ: "Old Hollywood in Beverly Hills"
NYT: "The Brownstone Revisionists"
NTHP: "Historic Real Estate: The Snazzy Properties Edition"
NYT Slide Show: 3 Riverside Drive
NYT: Robert Greene, the Master of Mastery, Renovates His Bungalow
NYT: "House Hunting in...the Isle of Man"
WSJ: For One Architect, Status Quo Was the Way to Go
NYT: "A New Buyer Appears for a Threatened Wright House"
NYT Streetscapes: "Built with the Ladies in Mind"
NYT: Finding the Wright Way in Phoenix
NYT: Architect Schafer Heads for the Door(knob)
WSJ: "Haunted History in Staten Island"
WSJ: "Family Histories Meet in Brooklyn Heights Home"
WSJ Slide Show: "Homage to a 'Haunted Mansion' in Georgia"
NYT: "A Newsman's Muse"
WSJ: "Changing Course in Brooklyn"
Arch Daily: In Milwaukee, a Wright of Way
WSJ: "Castle Smackdown"
Preservation: "Restored Lockhouses Along the C&O Canal Give Guests an Opportunity to Step Back in Time"
NYT: Wright's House in Phoenix Is Facing the Bulldozers
WSJ: Reunited, and It Looks So Good
WSJ: Well-Fixed Baroque
WSJ Slide Show: "My Space: The Country House of Patrick Guinness"
NYT: "A Glossary for Architectural Rubberneckers"
WSJ: "Healthful Retreat in Seattle"
Architect: Rising Market for Fallingwater Blueprints?
WSJ Slide Show: "Living - and Coloring - Outside the Lines"
WSJ: "Sale of Ives Home Ends on Sad Note for Fans"
NYT: Whither Old Windows?
Architect: "Palladio's Forms Not Ideal?"
NYT: They Stoop to Conquer
WSJ Slide Show: "Filling a Brooklyn Home"
NYT: "Nets Players May Find Brooklyn a Tempting Place to Live"
WSJ: "Green Shoots for Lincoln Square Home"
NTHP: His Famous Dad's Design Is in Jeopardy
NYT Streetscapes: "Still in Fashion, a Century Later"
2013 Palladio Awards Accepting Submissions
NYT: "In Charleston, a Palladian Villa, Preshrunk"
NTHP: "10 Ways to Green Your Historic Home"
Architect: Pittsburgh Aims to Become Carbon Neutral by 2030
WSJ Slide Show: "Manhattan Townhouse Shows Off Its Original Details"
Curbed: In San Francisco, New Money Collides with Old Money Over a Somewhat Jumbled House
WSJ: "Nonna and Poppy's Home on the Intracoastal"
WSJ: "Upstairs, Downstairs in 'True' House"
Atlantic Cities: "The 10 Most Compelling Historic Preservation Reads"
WSJ: "Britannia in Canada's British Columbia"
WSJ: "A Chapter from 'The Philadelphia Story'"
Preservation: "Homer's Aerie"
NYT: "In the Hamptons, Bargain Chic"
WSJ: "In Manhattan Home Search, Some Choose to Go Big"
WSJ: "Holding Down the Fort in Illinois"
Curbed: Jail Call
WSJ: "Historic Remake: Tigers in My Woodwork?"
Builder: Woolworth Building--No Dime Store Deal
Preservation: "The Preservationist's New Superpowers"
WSJ: “Historic Remake: Tigers in My Woodwork?”
Houzz: Architect Ken Tate Brings a Soulful Present to Historical Housing Styles (We Know That!)
WSJ: "Historic Remake: From Grime to Shine"
WSJ: Sea and Be Seen in This House with an English Accent
NTHP National Treasure: Sweet Auburn Historic District
WSJ: "A Mansion Rental in Newport"
WSJ Slide Show: "Heavy Metal in Bed-Stuy"
NYT: "Victoriana in Bedford-Stuyvesant"
NYT: "In Brooklyn, a Strict Victorian Brownstone"
WSJ: "Calm and Clay in Santa Fe"
WSJ Slide Show: "Turning to Wright in South Carolina"
Mlive: Old-House Journal's Flint-y Disposition
WSJ: "Historic Remake: A Tudor to Love and Labor Over"
Recipients of 2012 Doris Duke Historic Preservation Awards Announced
The Village Voice: "Former Historic Home of Beastie Boy Faces Possible Demolition"
NYT Streetscapes: "A Woman With an Architectural Appetite"
EBN: Retrofitting Existing Homes for Big-Time Energy Savings
WSJ: "Spacious Home--with Stairs to Dungeon"
WSJ: Georgian on Our Minds
GreenSource: Craftsman Makes the Best of a Pest
NYT: "After Years of False Hope, Signs of a Turn in Housing"
WSJ: "Elian's Last Stop in D.C."
WSJ: "Time Runs Out for Historic Harlem Row House"
WSJ Slide Show: "A Historic Parisian Estate"
Public Advocates: "Affordable Housing Can Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions"
WSJ: "A Statesman's Retreat"
BuildDirect: Using Reclaimed Wood for Interior Paneling
NYT: "Beyond-the-Grid Manhattan"
WSJ: "A Regal Dome in Ridgefield, Conn."
NYT: "Echoes of Better Times"
Artinfo: Color Comes to Classic Photos by Julius Shulman
WSJ: Tudor or Not Tudor?
WSJ: "Arts and Crafts in Chappaqua"
WSJ Slide Show: "A Barn's Bones in Bedford"
NTHP: The 2012 List Is Out--America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places
NYT: "A Couple Who Gave Brownstones New Life"
WSJ: "Spanish Style in Oklahoma"
WSJ: "An English Cotswold in Atlanta"
NYT: "Brooklyn's Gold Rush"
LEEDdaily: USGBC and Bank of America Announce Call for Applications for 2012 Affordable Green Neighborhoods Grant Program
Preservation: "Growing Up Wright"
WSJ: "A Grand Old Co-Op"
Houzz: The Symmetrical Ease of Federal-Style Architecture
NYT: Leader of the Brownstone Revival in Brooklyn Passes On
WSJ: "Cheery Victorian, Colorful Past"
WSJ: "Philadelphia Manor Seeking Restoration"
WSJ: "Pieces of a Manson Puzzle on Block"
WSJ: Home Run? Babe Ruth's Other House
WSJ: "On the (Old) Road to New York"
WSJ: A Painted Lady's Wonderful Wiles
WSJ: "Old Europe on the Upper East Side"
WSJ Slide Show: "Living in 'Sunny' San Francisco"
Partners in Preservation: Vote for Your Favorite Place in New York City
WSJ: "A Modern 'Traditional' in Sag Harbor"
NYT: "A Lot of History for Just One House"
WSJ: Doris Duke’s Gardens Go Public
WSJ: "A Condo in Old New York"
NYT: "A House Tour: Yes, That House"
Daily Breeze: No Moore House
Curbed: A Lakefront Mansion by One of Buffalo’s Legendary Architects
NYT: "For Stewards of Historic Homes, No Salary but Unbeatable Rent"
WSJ: "A Manor Full of Stories"
Salon: Are Preservationists More Interested in Driving Up Property Values Than Saving Neighborhoods?
WSJ: Fine Old Farmhouse--with Chicken Coop
NYT: "Living Together, with One Condition: His and Hers Houses"
NYT Streetscapes: "The Odd-Man-Out Town House"
Architect: Photographer Pedro Guerrero Talks About His Favorite Subject, FLW
WSJ: Victorian Manse in Victoria's Land
WSJ: Tip-Top Tuscan with an Italian Accent
NYT Streetscapes: "'Upstairs, Downstairs,' Apartment Style"
NTHP: Historic Homes for Sale
Chicago Tribune: New Urbanism's Old Craze
NYT: "For New (Very Old) Landmarks"
NYT: RIP, Charles Lockwood, Who Wrote About Row Houses
PreservationNation: Revving Up Chicago's Dorchester Avenue
WSJ: "James Patterson's Big Overhaul"
NYT: Living in the Flatiron District
WSJ Slide Show: "Secluded New Hampshire Estate"
Residential Architect: No Ordinary House Tour
NYT: "After a Short Nap, Harlem Is Back"
WSJ: "A Country Colonial in New Jersey"
WSJ: Shining Example: Jack Nicholson Selling a Bit of History
WSJ: "New England Style in the Hamptons"
Phoenix New Times: New Wright Exhibit Is Wrong Headed
NYT: "For the New Barnes, Everything Old Is Old Again"
NYT: How Four Women Revived a Derelict Mississippi Town
WSJ: "A Garden with a Past in Traditional Japan"
NYT: "Andrew Carnegie Was Here"
WSJ: "A Victorian House in Chicago"
NYT: "A Connecticut Country House in a New Light"
WSJ Slide Show: "Log Cabin in New Canaan"
WSJ Slide Show: "A Pueblo Revival in Santa Fe"
NYT: "Restarting the Restoration Clock"
NTHP: Why We Need the Historic Tax Credit
NYT: "Confessions of a Preservationist"
WSJ: "A Historical Virginia Estate"
National Building Museum: Home Is Where the House Is
WSJ: "Historic Farm in Bedford"
WSJ Slide Show: "Restored English Farmhouse"
Curbed: "Looking Back at Manhattan's Lost Gilded Age Mansions"
U.S. Green Building Council Announces LEED Project Certification Submittal Tips and Webinar Series
WSJ: "Up and Down Brownstone"
WSJ Slide Show: "Restored Tuscan Farmhouse"
NYT: "'Historic Dirt' Preserved"
WSJ: "Furniture for a Young Nation"
WSJ Slide Show: "Rebuilt Traditional Home"
NYT: "Buildings Once Institutional, Now Exclusive"
WSJ: "Carnegie Hill Brownstone Renovation"
WSJ: "Martha's Vineyard Estate"
WSJ Slide Show: "Winery Living in Napa Valley"
NYT Streetscapes: "C.P.H. Gilbert: The Wild Years"
NYT: "An Unlikely Group Rebels Against Preservation Districts"
WSJ: "A 'Clubby Atmosphere' in Baltimore"
Curbed: For Sale: A Mansion by Cass Gilbert with Stunning River Views
WSJ Slide Show: "Sky Blue Farm"
Curbed: What's Right About Wright's Apprentices?
WSJ Slide Show: "A Home in the Hollywood Hills"
Curbed Chicago: Preservationists Snag Wright's Laurent House at Auction
al.com: Preservationists Battle Preservationists in Alabama
Michael Graves, FAIA, Wins 2012 Driehaus Prize
WSJ Slide Show: "An Old Stone Home in North Carolina"
CNN: How'd You Like to Live in a House This Narrow?
Custom Home: In the Virginia Countryside, New Life for Old Buildings
U.S Green Building Council Announces New Board of Directors
NYT: "Amid Historic Homes, New England Moves to Preserve a Modern Heritage"
GreenBuildingAdvisor.com: Does Green Ever Trump Old?
WSJ Slide Show: "Dutch Colonial in Bali"
WSJ Slide Show: "A Renovated Virginia Farm"
MLive.com: The Wright Place in Kalamazoo
NYT Streetscapes: "The Extraordinary Doors of 7 Gracie Square"
WSJ Slide Show: "Mountain Views in New Mexico"
Preservation: "Honoring Charleston's Civil Rights History"
WSJ: "Virginia Colonial"
Wired: Robie House--as Awesome Lego Kit!
Architectural Record: "Old Debates for a New Era at Postmodernism Conference"
WSJ Slide Show: "Artist's Retreat in Connecticut"
OregonLive.com: Williams-Sonoma Acquires Lighting Maker Rejuvenation
Renewable Natural Resources Foundation Honors LEED-ND
The Atlantic: Fixing Old Homes Creates More Jobs Than Building New Ones
gulflive.com: First Michael Barranco Award Honors His Inspiration, the Katrina Cottage
WSJ: "Philadelphia Restoration"
The Atlantic: "The Unbearable Cost of Sprawl"
Remodeling: "Prairie School Companion"
WSJ: "Kentucky Greek Revival"
ASLA Names Six New Honorary Members
WSJ Slide Show: "Lakefront in Vermont"
Houzz.com: New Old's Higher Profile
Preservation: "Site Seeing"
NYT: "Saving Philip Johnson's Brick House"
WSJ Slide Show: "Concord Retreat"
Preservation: "Good News for 'Happy Retreat'"
mlive.com: New Year's Eve for Michigan's Historic Tax Credit
Preservation: "Renewed Hope for Ryer House"
Preservation: "President Lincoln's Cottage Shaken Up by August Earthquake"
Traditional Building Conference Comes to New York
WSJ Slide Show: "Lakefront in Wisconsin"
WSJ Slide Show: "Spring Island Sanctuary"
New Urban Network: "Good News and Bad on Federal Funding"
WSJ Slide Show: "New Orleans Renovation"
NTHP: "Preservation Round-Up: Beyond the Monuments Edition"
NYT Streetscapes: "A Vanished Row of Unusual Grace in the West Village"
NYT: "Manor That Has Stood for Centuries Teeters in Storm's Wake"
WSJ Slide Show: "Portland Abode"
WSJ: "The Full Monticello"
WSJ: "Fans Seek to Preserve Ranch Houses"
WSJ Slide Show: "Sea Island Escape"
NYT: "Feel Free to Use the Name, at Least"
Wright Way Pennsylvania Tour, October 1-4
NTHP: "A Return to Cuba"
NYT: "A Modernist Community Lets in the Traditional"
NYT: "Fiscal Woe Haunting Baltimore Poe House"
WSJ Slide Show: "Los Angeles 'Perch'"
WSJ Slide Show: "Delaware Victorian"
NYT: "Old Windows Find a Following"
WSJ Slide Slow: "Waterfront in Long Island"
Washington Post: "Legacy and Location in LeDroit Park"
WSJ Slide Show: "Carnegie Hill Co-Op"
Brooklyn Daily Eagle: "Brooklyn's Wallabout Neighborhood Gets Historic District Designation"
WSJ Slide Show: "Santa Fe Adobe"
CNU 19 Round-Up
NYT Streetscapes: "Upper East Side Twins"
New from W.W. Norton: The Vintage House
WSJ Slide Show: "Federal-Style Historic"
2011 Palladio Awards Featured in ArchitectureWeek
WSJ Slide Show: "A Very Personalized Loft"
Preservation: "One Year Later: America's Most Endangered Historic Places"
NYT Streetscapes: "A Hike Down Herkimer Street"
Preservation: "What Is the National Register?"
New York Observer: "Rem the Destroyer: Prada Patsy Plans Preservation's Evisceration"
WSJ Slide Show: "Palm Beach Mediterranean"
WSJ: "What's So Great About Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater?"
NYT: "Off the Beaten Path, History in Philadelphia"
U.S. Green Building Council Launches Multifamily Mid-rise Design Competition (PDF)
WSJ Slide Show: "Castle in the Berkshires"
WSJ Slide Show: "Knoxville's 'Villa Collina'"
John Milner Receives Albert Simons Medal
Curbed: "Five Frank Lloyd Wright Homes for Sale in the Chicago Area"
Preservation: "Arkansas State University to Restore Johnny Cash's Boyhood Home"'
Preservation: "Winans-Crippen House Still Stands"
Preservation: "The Cost of Progress?"
WSJ Slide Show: "Providence Carriage House"
CBS: "The End of an Era for the 'Gatsby House'"
NYT: "Tucked Between Past and Future in Brooklyn"
PreservationNation: "Confronting the Confederacy in Interpreting a Historic Home"
NYT: "A New Cottage in New Orleans with 'Katrina Patina'"
ARTINFO: "Was Frank Lloyd Wright's Visionary Architecture Sustainable?"
WSJ Slide Show: "Atlanta's 'Pink Castle'"
NYT: "An Enclave with Rustic Charm"
Portrait of a Philadelphia Architect: Alvin Holm
Preservation: "Cincinnati May Lose 11 Victorians"
WSJ Slide Show: "Chicago Rehab"
Preservation: "No Buyers for $1 Barn"
WSJ Slide Show: "Denver Tudor Restoration"
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "Making a Wright Turn"
WSJ Slide Show: "Up High in Old Charleston"
NYT Streetscapes: "Stirrings of a Throwback Kind"
CNU Announces 2011 Charter Award Winners
Registration for USGBC's Government Summit Now Open
New Urban Network: "Cost of Sprawl"
WSJ Slide Show: "San Francisco Gothic"
WSJ Slide Show: "Georgetown Addition"
EcoHome: "Green Details: Salvaged Style"
Preservation: "Maryland's 'Miracle' Cabin"
Preservation: "Archaeologists Uncover a Palladian Greenhouse's African Roots"
WSJ Slide Show: "Seattle Craftsman Restoration"
WSJ: "A Gathering Place as Warm as the Conversation"
Preservation: "African American Neighborhood Landmarked"
NYT Streetscapes: "A Single Brownstone Remains Between 62nd and 63rd"
Preservation: "HUD Grant to Turn Threatened Indiana House into Affordable Apartments"
WSJ Slide Show: "Pre-Revolutionary War Era Homes"
Montpelier Launches New Audio Tour
Preservation: "No Demolition for Seattle's 1904 Fir Lodge"
WSJ Slide Show: "Lake Como Villa"
WSJ Slide Show: "Boston Historic"
Preservation: "Artful Restoration"
USA Today: "People Say They Need Involvement in Communities"
CNU's Emergency Response and Street Design Initiative
Wisconsin State Journal: "Marking a Century for Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin"
Grist: "Measuring the Historical Diversity of a Neighborhood"
NYT: "Change to Civil War-Era Building Disputed"
NYT: "A Decades-Long Study Is Finally Published"