On the cover: Cooper, Robertson & Partners restored 31 East 38th Street, New York City, to a single-family residence. Photo: Peter Murdock
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VOL. 14/NO. 6, November 2013
Table of Contents
John Milner Architects' portfolio of new and restored residences combines craftsmanship,
clarity and context.
By Nancy A. Ruhling
Country Manor Overhaul
A 1930s home in Holmby Hills, CA, is updated and revitalized by Richard Manion
By Nancy E. Berry
William Bates Design re-imagines a derelict 19th-century outbuilding as two historically-
By Annabel Hsin
Home at Last
New York City's 31 East 38th Street, New York City, is made whole once more by
Cooper, Robertson & Partners.
By Lynne Lavelle
From Prosaic to Precious
From appearance to longevity, salvaged building materials hold many advantages over their
Allan Greenberg: Classical Architect, by Allan Greenberg.
Reviewed by Clem Labine
Andrew Jackson Downing Essential Texts, edited by Robert Twombly.
Reviewed by Martha McDonald
Applying Mathematics to Construction, Carpentry Mathematics and Estimating, by Kenneth Williams, Sr.
Reviewed by Judy Hayward
Save Homes: Unite a Neighborhood
Preserving historic housing stock is a community-wide concern.
By Spiro Gouras
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