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.
Our May edition features Donald Lococo Architects modernization of a traditional home, how architect Tom Kligerman brings an early 20th-century gem out of the shadows and into the light, building with natural stone, and more.
DIGITAL EDITION | May 2019
Gerald Pomeroy Talks About Townhouse Interiors
When it comes to designing spaces in historical rowhouses, Gerald Pomeroy looks to classical principles for inspiration.
Interior Designer Thomas Pheasant
Interior designer Thomas Pheasant has been designing celebrated home furnishings for more than 15 years.
A Glimpse Into the Life of Architect Phillip Dodd
Author and architect Phillip Dodd draws inspiration from his background and beyond to design breathtaking houses.
Donald Lococo Architects Modernizes a D.C. Traditional Home
Donald Lococo Architects modernizes a traditional home in the nation’s capital while elevating its classic grandeur.
Ferguson & Shamamian's Spanish Colonial House
Ferguson & Shamamian recreate the vocabulary of an original Spanish Colonial house in Santa Monica.
Jones & Boer Architects' Shaker-Inspired Farmhouse
A Shaker-inspired farmhouse created by Jones & Boer Architects is a striking composition against a bucolic backdrop in Maryland.
See the latest in public/commercial design & building on our sister site, Traditional Building.
Ike Kligerman Barkley Renovates an Arts & Crafts Home
Focusing on proportion and purpose, architect Tom Kligerman brings an early 20th-century gem out of the shadows and into the light.
Historical Concepts Designs Luxury Apartments
Historical Concepts designs luxury apartments that reflect the Durham, North Carolina, neighborhood’s industrial past.
A Low-Country Creole by TS Adams Studio
TS Adams Studio designs a Low-Country French Creole cottage that meets a planned community’s architectural guidelines.
Building with Natural Stone for Home Additions, Repairs, and New Old Homes
What to look for when shopping for natural stone.
We speak with Old World Stone, the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, and Stone Details about dressing townhouses with dimensional stone.
Creating a Period Entryway
Regardless of its traditional style, the front door, the signature of the home’s architecture, is designed to make a grand entrance.s.
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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