On the cover: Meyer & Meyer's renovation
of a 19th-century lakeside house in Skaneateles, NY, doubled
its square footage within
the original footprint while
complementing the surrounding, late 19th-century architecture.
Photo: Christian Phillips Photography
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VOL. 15/NO. 6, November 2014
Table of Contents
The Master Touch
Rafe Churchill brings an artist's vision and a builder's expertise
to the new old house.
By Lynne Lavelle
"What's an Architrave?"
The Notre Dame School of Architecture launches its graduate degree program in historic preservation.
Clem Labine restored a historic Brooklyn, NY, brownstone –
and launched a movement.
By LJ Lindhurst
Talk of the Town
A transformed lakeside home elevates its Skaneateles, NY, surroundings.
By Nancy A. Ruhling
The Slate Pretender
Simulated slate materials offer aesthetic and practical advantages
for traditional roof repair.
By Gordon Bock
Windows Preservation Standards, edited by John Leeke, and Save America's Windows, by John Leeke
Reviewed by Clem Labine
Building a Timeless House
in an Instant Age, by Brent Hull
Reviewed by Peter H. Miller