Gil Schafer's first book, The Great American House: Tradition for the Way We Live Now, gives a first-hand, personal look at the firm's restorations, renovations, and traditionally-designed homes.
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.
Today's traditional lantern designers have to rely on reproductions and historical paintings and illustrations to recreate these historically-styled lanterns.
A landmark row house in Upper Manhattan is reborn, thanks to efforts by Zivkovic Connolly Architects.
A firsthand look at the renovation and expansion of an 1890 Queen Anne home in Upstate New York.