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Period Homes' collection of the finest period-style residential design, building, restoration and renovation projects from our country's top architectural firms.
The Newport Foundation restores the grand roof and stonework of
Rough Point in Newport, Rhode Island.
Phillip James Dodd redefines Palm Beach architecture with a new Spanish Mediterranean home.
Patrick Ahearn Architect designs a summer homethat fits in with the aesthetic of this New England island.
When a landscape designer merges past and present, a family reaps rewards that influence their love of nature now and into the future.
The Brooklyn Studio restores a c. 1850 rowhouse while adapting it for modern living.
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Historical Concepts designs a gracious Greek Revival home for a historic Lowcountry estate.
Historical Concepts designs a Greek Revival home with Southern roots.
The Cavalier Hotel was rescued from the wrecking ball by an architectural firm that specializes in historic restoration.
Elkus Manfredi Architects updates the 1875 Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston.
For a French Normandy manor house on a Greenwich, Connecticut, estate, architect Charles Hilton took inspiration from Marie Antoinette’s Hameau de la Reine at Versailles.
Michael G. Imber designs a Georgian-inspired building at the University of Arkansas.
British and Bahamas history collide in the rebuilt Loyalist Cottage on Harbour Island.
Hartman-Cox Architects renovates one of Jules Henri de Sibour’s Beaux-Arts crowning achievements for 21st-century use.
Historic opulence and modern comforts coalesce in the ca. 1870s Riley Mansion.
Jones & Boer Architects design a breathtaking mansion proving that craftsmanship and a sense of timelessness are still valued and achievable in today’s age.
Robert A. M. Stern Architects designs Courier Square taking cues from Charleston’s historic buildings.
This newly-designed classical home in Wisconsin features thoughtfully-placed windows that highlight the surrounding wooded landscape.
Eric Inman Daum Architect designs a private mausoleum for both introspective contemplation and life-celebrating gatherings.
The Ramble Hotel embodies informed design made manifest by visionaries and craftsmen committed to building a legacy.
Architect Susan Rochelle’s Lowcountry house combines historical integrity and amenities of comfortable modern-day living.
One of the capitol’s oldest and most prestigious homes, the Decatur House has been remade—in its own image.
Tim Barber, Ltd., a prominent Los Angeles architecture firm, breathes new life into a storied estate formerly owned by Hollywood icon Orson Welles for a couple and their daughter.
With woodlands to the east and an open meadow to the west, this Bulfinch award-winning landscape is classically designed, by Dan Gordon Landscape Architects, to be in harmony with its history and surroundings.
Donald Lococo Architects modernizes a traditional home in the nation’s capital while elevating its classic grandeur.
Focusing on proportion and purpose, architect Tom Kligerman, of Ike Kligerman Barkley, brings an early 20th-century gem out of the shadows and into the light.
Historical Concepts designs luxury apartments that reflect the Durham, North Carolina, neighborhood’s industrial past.
Ferguson & Shamamian recreate the vocabulary of an original Spanish Colonial house in Santa Monica.
Ken Tate is inspired by Palladio’s Basilica and work in the Veneto for this urban villa in New Orleans.
TS Adams Studio designs a Low-Country French Creole cottage that meets a planned community’s architectural guidelines.