A look at architectural projects involving the restoration and renovation of period-style or historic homes.
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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.
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.
Repairer of steel casement windows: performed on location; more than 7,000 windows repaired annually in 26 states; large collection of vintage steel casement windows, doors & hardware; family-owned business established in 1977.
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.
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.
Once home to Henry and Clara Ford, Fair Lane is undergoing a restoration of epic proportions.
After two decades, the restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House nears completion.
Meyer & Meyer recaptures the spirit of the original design on this beautiful Back Bay townhouse in Boston.
Martin Brandwein Architect's addition to a 1930s Tudor Revival house is designed to be both sympathetic and distinct.
Archer & Buchanan renovate a townhouse in Philadelphia's Rittenhouse Square to give it more natural light and better circulation.
Albert Righter & Tittmann designs a whimsical cabin based on the Great Camps of the 19th century.
The proximity to the Cahaba River in Alabama influenced the design of this two-story cottage.
Originally designed by architect F. Burrall Hoffman in 1902, Westlawn is a shingled Revival house located in Southampton, New York.
This 19th Century New York barn addition represents a classical appreciation of early American history tied to the functionality of modern minimalism.
This New York hotel renovation project demonstrates how technological solutions make historic restoration and renovation possible.
Making a fragment whole again— reimagining a George Washington Smith house.
Architect Michael Imber retools a Hill Country ranch.
Exploring the history of this all American style.
See how a nearly abandoned Virginia estate is given a new life, one defined by tradition, in the Tiverton restoration.
In 1883, actor Edwin Booth built an estate in Rhode Island. Today, architect David Andreozzi restores Boothden to its former grandeur.
The historic Tiverton Estate is revitalized and renewed.
A late-19th-century police station in Brooklyn is converted into Herbert Street Condominiums affordable housing.
Johnson Lasky Architects undertakes the restoration of Howard Van Doren Shaw's Ragdale House, a historic artists' retreat in Lake Forest, IL.
Architects Dale and Susan Frens restore a 19th-Century Queen Anne to include sustainability and green practices.