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New Construction


A look at projects involving the new construction of period-style homes, including Colonial, Shingle Style, Greek Revival, and more. 

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The back of the house has a porch and a sweeping second-floor balcony that opens from the center of three bedrooms.

Vineyard Shingle Style

Patrick Ahearn Architect designs a summer homethat fits in with the aesthetic of this New England island.

Greek Revival, Historical Concepts

A Greek Revival by Historical Concepts

Historical Concepts designs a gracious Greek Revival home for a historic Lowcountry estate.

semicircular stone staircase, French Normandy house

Charles Hilton's French Normandy Manor House

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.

Phi Mu Fraternity’s new sorority

A New Sorority House by Michael G. Imber

Michael G. Imber designs a Georgian-inspired building at the University of Arkansas.

230 tons of Indiana Limestone were used to carve out the exterior details, including load bearing front and rear porticoes, blind arches, sills and terrace paving.

A New Urban Villa from Jones & Boer Architects

Jones & Boer Architects design a breathtaking mansion proving that craftsmanship and a sense of timelessness are still valued and achievable in today’s age.

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SpacePak Install 2


Company provides 2' flexible tubing ductwork allowing warm and cool air to reach spaces in historic buildings without disturbing architectural finishes and structure.