In Michael G. Imber: Ranches, Villas, and Houses, we see how a unique outlook and design process produces some of the most sublime structures on the American architectural landscape.
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.
Experts explain how the architectural salvage industry continues to change and thrive among shifting tastes and swinging building cycles.