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How to Insulate Old Masonry Buildings: Dry, Dry Again
Up on the Farmhouse Kitchen
Terra Cotta’s Comebacks in Style
Woodwork and Finishes for the Craftsman-Style Home
Mapping Out the Great Julia Morgan’s Designs
Spooked! How Victorian Architecture Became So Scary
Want to Establish an Historic District? Here’s How
Spectral Signs on Buildings Spring Back to Life
Repairing and Restoring Old Leaded and Stained Glass
Old Fixtures Key to New Kitchen and Bath Designs
Milky Ways: New Uses for Old Paint
Historic Preservation Can Be Kids’ Stuff
New Look at Old Paints: They Really Are Different
Kahn: Artist Reappraised
Trad Wood Windows Really Were Meant to Last a Long, Long Time
Catching a Break: Tax Credit Saves Three Historic Buildings
In New York, Old Skyscrapers Are Often Hard to See
Restoring Historic Preservation
Where Bird Last Flew
How to Space Out an Historic Kitchen
Trending: New Hotels in Old Buildings
Old Gold: Historic Preservation Can Stymie Overt Gentrification
The Solid Comeback of Traditional Plaster
Preservation Goes to the Movies!
Island Hopping: Hawaii’s Modernist Jewels
Wright Is Might: A Compendium of Articles on FLW and His Work
Rest Easy: Eye-Catching Mid-Century Road Stops
Big Government Can Be Beautiful
Steel the One: These Lustron Houses Are Still Great Homes
Details, Details: Five Ideas for Adding on to an Old House
Q&A with Traditional Architect Peter Pennoyer
In D.C., an Historic Building Hosts a Hot, Hot Retailer
Urban Paradise Found: Preservation’s Role
Falling Water: A Library That Almost Destroyed Its Architect
Reurbanism: the Shapely Art of Remaking Old into New
Cuban Architecture: Old Gold in Peril
So You Think You Know Old Houses?
Seven Simple Tips for Finding Salvaged Products for Your Project
Food for Thought: How Kitchens Have Changed
Sash, Hey: Repairing Historic Wood Windows
Quiz Master: Do You Really Know Architecture?
Designing Doorways the Old-Fashioned Way
Pride of Place: ‘Typical’ Houses Depend on Where You Call Home
Bird’s-Eye View of Repairing and Restoring Historic Wood Windows
Why Do Old Country Houses Hug the Road?
Are Historic Preservation and Affordable Housing Incompatible?
What Was He Thinking? The Making of Philip Johnson’s Glass House
Sears Tower: No, Not That One
What Exactly Is a ‘Bungalow’?
Material Whirl: Old Stuff Is Getting a New Day
Everything Old Is New Again
Could a Do-Over Penn Station Actually Happen? Maybe!
Iron, Man: How to Specify Traditional Architectural Ironwork
His Kind of Town: the Mythic Appeal of Preservationist Richard Nickel
Why Are Colonial-Style Lighting Fixtures Still So Cool?
D.C.’s Union Station: Glorious Past, Greater Future
The Eternal Elegance of the Eichler Home
One Reason Why Preservation Districts Are a Good Idea
Worshipful: Beautiful Historic Synagogues
Peter Principle: the Classical Touch of Peter Pennoyer
Ten Houses That Changed America
The Greening of an Old Bungalow in Chicago
No Wright Way to Preserve the Master’s Work
Decorative Moldings Dress Up a Period Home
Is Old Gold? What to Do with Old Houses?
Opening Doors to the Past
Stone Free: What if You Don’t Want Granite?
Walking the Wright Way in Oak Park, Ill.
Reviving Victorian Bathrooms–Really
Restored Theaters Are Oh-Show-Good
Using Old Materials May Be a Better Way to Build Something New
Baltimore’s Old Theaters Deserve a Standing Ovation
History of Detroit’s Tall Orders
New Life for Old Buildings
How to Button Up an Old House Against the Cold
Material Question: Older Versus Newer Building Products
Building a New York That Was Meant to Be
Lighting the Way Home: the Allure of Traditional Lantern Design
Old Is New Again: the Rise of Reclaimed Building Materials
Past Perfect: Ancient Romans Made Best Concrete Ever
Capitol Gain: Colorado’s Restored Statehouse Is a Site to Behold
Today, the House of Tomorrow Is Still Relevant
History in the Making: Terra Cotta’s Tantalizing Appeal
Finding Old Appliances for a New Kitchen
High Fives for the Foursquare, an American House
Old Gold: Save, Repair, or Replace?
Hey, Bungalow Thrill!
Rockin’ Plans from the Roaring ’20s
Documenting Historic Details
Pick ‘Em: 13 Must-Reads About Historic Preservation
The Delectable Delights of Decorative Painting
Shingle File: How Shingles Can Create an Artful Exterior
Past Perfect: Another Old-House Style Guide
The Needed Evolution of the ‘Necessary Room’
Well Schooled: Historic Building Teaches Many Lessons
How to Actually Live, Comfortably, in an Historic Interior
California Dreamin’: Thoroughly Mid-Century Modern
Moving 140-Year-Old Is Not So Easy
North to Alaska? Check Out These Classic Roadhouses
New Life: Chicago Landmark Is Now a Luxurious Hotel
Streetwise: 10 Streets That Say ‘America’
Lambeau Leap: Bad Building, Great Place
Yellow Not Mellow: Taj Mahal to Become White House Again
In Old Houses, Interior Storms Can Be Good Fits
New York’s Skyscrapers: Not All They’re Built Up to Be
At Notre Dame, Everything New Is Old Again
Bungalow Nation: Americans’ Easy-to-Love Style
Could PoMo Be Go-Go Again?
Bay Area Battle: Small Iconic Houses Against Big New Ones
Preservation Might Be an Answer to Urban Housing Crises
Which Architectural Style Matches Your Personality?
Arts & Crafts Had It Covered
Gatekeeping: The 25 at Harvard Have Many Stories to Tell
Wright’s Touch No Longer a Sustainable Suburban Model
Hue Knew? A History of Paint
Wood Doors Pass Their Screen Test
Mail Call: the Wonder of Art Deco Mailboxes
Boston Light: Illuminating the Way Home
Joseph Eichler and His Magical Homes
What’s Cookin’? Kitchens Come of Age
New Video About Old Stuff: Architectural Salvage
Hugh Hefner: Popularizer of Modernism?
Roots and All: Kitchen Comes Alive Again
How Do You Like This Marriage of Old and New?
Detroit’s Old Buildings Have a Real Future
Portland’s Mid-Century Moderns Are Still Up to Date
African-American Architects Who Left Their Mark
How About Changing the Architecture on Our Currency, Too?
PBS Goes on a Magical History Tour
2016 Palladio Award Winners!
Nazi-Era Natatorium Gets a Classical Redo
Getting Plastered Can Be a Smart Move
Back in Time: Paging Through Mid-Century Modern
Get Plastered: How to Use a Traditional Material
Best Old Houses in the Northeast
Old Is Still Gold: New Uses for Traditional Buildings
Steel the One: Making Sense of Metal Windows in Historic Buildings
Five Classic Classical Southern Homes
Haunted New York
The Secret Lives of Historic Stadiums
Places in the Hearth: Warm Appeal of Arts & Crafts Fireplaces
What’s Behind America’s Historic Sports Venues
Old Is New Again: How to Plan an Old-House Addition
Churches in Pittsburgh: From Praying to Playing
Study Halls: Historic Preservation Goes to College
Here, Kit, Kit, Kit: Made-to-Order Kit Homes Gain Cachet
When Tin Ceilings Were at the Top of Their Game
Mural, Mural on the Wall: Fab Facelist for Detroit’s Fisher Building
Is Historic Preservation the Best Route to Affordable Housing?
At the End of His Life, Wright Was a Mile High
Where to Source Retro Exterior Millwork
Four Bookstores with History on Their Side
Lights, Camera, Inaction No Longer! Historical Theaters Revived
California’s Love Affair with A&C Houses
Is Historic Preservation Key to Urban Growth?
Coverups: Paneling and Wainscoting for Period Homes
Cities with the Oldest–and Newest–Homes
A Small City Tries to Keep Up with Modernist Times
Making an Old Place Live Like New
The Refreshing Art of Painting Frescoes
Saving Graces: the Many Uses of Architectural Salvage
Opening Doors to Victorian-Era Hardware
Stone Free: Concrete Example in Brooklyn
How to Find Historic Places
Bungalow Bill: Directory of Leading A&C Neighborhoods
Milwaukee’s Magnificent Soldiers Home Soldiers On
Chicago: City of Catalogs?
Stay in Your Lane! Four Great Old Bowling Alleys
Farnsworth House: Modern Meets Mother Nature
A Mall for All Time: the Providence Arcade
Addition by Subtraction: When Bad Remodels Need to Go
The Brutal Truth: How D.C. Became a Hot Spot for Brutalist Architecture
Looking for a Really Old Home? Ponder This
Through the Years: Making the White House a Home
Real Turn-Ons: How Lighting Designs Have Changed
Wright’s Famous Hollyhock House Is a Doozy–Especially on Video
Balancing Act: The Financial Ups and Downs of Renovating an Old Building
New, Old, and New-Old Choices for Period Roofs
Present Perfect: How to Preserve Places That Aren’t So Old
The Strange Power of New Jersey’s Beachfront Hotels
Old Gold: Historic Preservation Is a Wise Way to Go
Faux Good at Mount Vernon? What Siding Are You On?
The Past Perfection of Mid-Century Modern
What Other Notable Buildings Were Constructed with Slave Labor?
Code Words: How One Fire Created Building Regs
Tasty! New Restaurants in Old Spaces
Restoring an Old, Old, Old House
Quick Fixes to Make an Old House Seem New
Modern Architecture in Need of a ‘Trump Moment’
The Greening of Period Greenhouse Design
The Sublime Power of HHR, Architect Supreme
Inside Info: At the Beginning of Modern Design, What Were Interiors Like?
Watered Down: Bringing Historic Properties Back from a Flood
Spokane: Bungalow Haven
Dream, On! Residents Save Mid-Century Apartments in LA
Five Historic Sites Are Facing the Music
Looking for Products in Traditional Styles?
Making Historic Preservation Part of Disaster Planning
Reviving Mid-Century Modern: Rooms Worth a View
Ranch Dressing: Old House Gets Youthful Facelift
Wright but Not Wright: Virtual Tour of a Gorgeous Unbuilt Design
Going Dutch: the Well-Lit Waldorf in Amsterdam
Best Old Houses in the Northeast
Seeing Red: An Old Building Powers Back Up
Energy Star Powers 100-Year-Old House
Old Is New Again: Best Spots for Old Houses
No More Granite!
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