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An in-depth look at the topics and issues at the forefront of today's residential architecture market, including books reviews, editorials, and news about current design and architectural awards.
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Brent Hull walks you through the history of the Colonial Revival style—what makes this style unique and still popular today.
Brent Hull takes you on a visual tour through the history of the Georgian era during a visit to a home inspired by Drayton Hall.
Brent Hull discusses the Arts and Crafts movement, a revolution that embraces simple and honest architecture, as he explores a bungalow house in Texas' Fairmount Historic District.
We speak with Old World Stone, New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, and Stone Details about dressing townhouses with dimensional stone.
Company provides 2' flexible tubing ductwork allowing warm and cool air to reach spaces in historic buildings without disturbing architectural finishes and structure.
The New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) announces the eleven winners of its Ninth Bulfinch Awards.
The winners have been announced for The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA)’s 2018 Stanford White Awards.
We trace the progression of moldings through time.
Architect Frank Neely shows us the details on his new old English Tudor home.
The New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) announces eight winners of its Eighth Bulfinch Awards.
The New England Chapter of the ICAA announces the 2018 Bulfinch Awards.
Federal style houses are a triumph of simplicity and classically refined ornament. Here's a look at their history and unique characteristics.
Architectural antiques can add more than just a touch of authenticity to a new period-style residence, but selection and installation must be done carefully.
A review of the book, Gracie Mansion: A Celebration of New York City's Mayoral Residence, by Ellen Stern
Ike Kligerman Barkley takes an in-depth look at this popular American house style.
Confused about what makes an Arts & Crafts interior? You’re not alone.
The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is Now Accepting Submissions for the Sixth Annual Stanford White Awards.
A look at the history and elements of Shingle Style homes, and the plethora of historic Shingle Style buildings located on and around Mount Desert Island, ME.
The Traditional Building Online Education Conference will take place from September 27th - October 26th, 2017. Five of the Traditional Building Conference Series' most popular sessions will be available live or on-demand for free.
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Editor emeritus and founder of Period Homes, Traditional Building and Old House Journal, Clem Labine's Victorian-era brownstone renovation invites us back to the 1883 Brooklyn, NY, where it all began.
Earn 1 AIA HSW Learning Unit for attending this informative webinar on the restoration of historic ceramic tile, brought to you by the Traditional Building Conference's Online Education Series.
The sixth annual Bulfinch Awards from the New England Chapter of Classical Artchitecture & Art were presented at the Harvard Club of Boston on April 23, 2017.
Period Homes takes a look at some of our favorite presidential birthplaces.
In Michael G. Imber: Ranches, Villas, and Houses, we see how a unique outlook and design process produces some of the most sublime structures on the American architectural landscape.
Experts explain how the architectural salvage industry continues to change and thrive among shifting tastes and swinging building cycles.
A look at some landmark homes that epitomize the styles and traditions of Georgian architecture in New England.