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VOL. 16/NO. 2, March 2015

Table of Contents

PROFILE
Life Lessons
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.

PRODUCT REPORT
The Un-granites
Soapstone, slate, and ceramics offer the perfect traditional material for a period-inspired kitchen.
By Gordon Bock

RECENT PROJECT
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

BOOK REVIEW
Americans in Paris: Foundations of America’s Architectural Gilded Age
by Jean Paul Carlhian and Margot M. Ellis
Reviewed by Annabel Hsin

THE FORUM
Progressive Classicism
Is classical design open to interpretation?
By Aaron M. Helfand, AIA

 

 

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