Period Homes is the ultimate resource for professionals working in residential architecture in the classical style. Every month, our editors will hand-pick selections from our features, profiles, and projects—not to mention our comprehensive Buying Guides.
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December 2022 - Features
Carving a Niche
Phillip James Dodd redefines Palm Beach architecture with a new Spanish Mediterranean home.
A Monumental Project
The Newport Foundation restores the grand roof and stonework of Rough Point in Newport, Rhode Island.
September 2022 - Features
Vineyard Shingle Style
Patrick Ahearn Architect designs a summer home that fits in with the aesthetic of this New England island.
Traditional building materials and products for the period home.
Goodwin and Co. supplies top-notch heart pine and cypress for projects around the country.
Moore-Merkowitz Tile creates appropriate surfaces for historical and traditional applications.
August 2022 - Palladio Award winners
Residential Adaptive Re-Use and/or Sympathetic Addition
Residential Exterior Spaces: Gardens & Landscapes
Residential Interior Design
Residential New Design and Construction—Less Than 5,000 Square Feet
Residential New Design and Construction—More Than 5,000 Square Feet
Residential Multi-Unit Projects
Residential Restoration and Renovation
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From our Sister Sites:
A Prairie Foursquare in Memphis
The 1903 house in Memphis, Tennessee, is a boldly detailed example of the Midwest Prairie School genre on the familiar foursquare type. The well-preserved house never looked better than now.
Restoring a Shingle Style House
A collection of architectural salvage played a role in the restoration of this handsome Shingle Style house.
Modern Craftsman Kitchen
To replace nondescript space in an old house, an architect designs a hard-working “modern Craftsman” kitchen for a friend who has strong ideas about design and function.
Tracing the Lineage of Arts & Crafts Furniture
The movement’s furniture proves that Arts & Crafts is a design philosophy and a way of working, much more so than a “style.” How else to explain so many design vocabularies?
Framed by a stepped arch, this gem of a kitchen stars in the sensitive renovation of a 1920s bungalow.
New Arts & Crafts in a Traditional Neighborhood: A Perfect Fit
Tradition runs strong on Crane Island in Lake Minnetonka: the new house had to look like it was built in 1910.
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