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VOL. 16/NO. 2, March 2015
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Robert S. MacNeille, AIA developed his love of traditional design growing up in a rural Connecticut farmhouse.
By Mary Grauerholz
2015 TRADITIONAL BUILDING CONFERENCE SERIES
First Conference Focuses on Historic Windows
The first Traditional Building conference is set for April 28-29 in Boston, and others are scheduled for Princeton, N.J.; Denver; and Durham, N.C. Plus: Free, online webinars.
Soapstone, slate, and ceramics offer the perfect traditional material for a period-inspired kitchen.
By Gordon Bock
Carefully Edited Tradition
Architect Anne Decker designs a house that takes on classic forms with a modern twist in a Bethesda, Maryland, neighborhood.
By Nancy E. Berry
Americans in Paris: Foundations of America’s Architectural Gilded Age
by Jean Paul Carlhian and Margot M. Ellis
Reviewed by Annabel Hsin
Is classical design open to interpretation?
By Aaron M. Helfand, AIA