On the cover: The new North Hall and Library designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects completes the quadrangle started by Stanford White. Photo: Peter Aaron / OTTO. Read article.
- Architectural Salvage
- Art Glass, Sculpture, Artwork & Furnishings
- Doors, Windows, Hardware
- Floors, Walls, Ceilings, Surface Finishes
- Landscapes, Streetscapes, Parks & Garden Fixtures
- Lighting & Electrical
- Masonry, Stone, Brick, Chimneys
- Molded & Cast Ornament
- Ornamental Metalwork
- Plumbing Fixtures, Heating
- Roofing & Roof Specialties
- Timber Frames, Conservatories, Special Construction
- Woodwork, Millwork, Stairs
- Click Here for Free Product Literature
Traditional Product Reports is a micro site containing in-depth information on traditional building products and materials, including checklists, directories, buying guides, case studies, stories, articles, primers, installation tips, and other information, along with thousands of links to companies serving the field.
VOL. 27/NO. 2 April 2014
Table of Contents
The history of 404 King St. in Charleston, SC, illustrates the conflicts between Modernism and traditional design.
By David Payne
A master craftsman takes us through the steps to build a Guastavino vault.
By Ken Follett
Traditional roofing materials continue to lead the pack when it comes to historic public buildings.
By Gordon Bock
Robert A.M. Stern Architects designed a building for the Bronx Community College that complements its historic neighbor, Stanford White’s Gould Memorial Library.
Deep in the Heart of Texas
ARCHITEXAS was the preservation architect for the restoration of the 1910 Beaux-Arts Harris County Courthouse in Houston, TX.
The Carmel City Center Plaza in Carmel, IN, was designed by the Pedcor Design Group to create a pedestrian-friendly downtown area.
Paradise Planned . . . Lost . . . and Regained
Paradise Planned: The Garden Suburb and the Modern City
By Robert A. M. Stern, David Fishman
and Jacob Tilove
Reviewed by Clem Labine
By Clem Labine
PRODUCT GALLERIES IN THIS ISSUE