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Learn in an Authentic Way – Cathedral Stone Workshop Recap

During a recent site visit in New York City, I encountered a unique learning opportunity. The building, adorned with several brownstones in need of repair, immediately caught my attention. Some stones were partially patched, revealing an inconsistency in the repair process – the cracks hadn’t been squared off properly, resulting in patches too thin to maintain their integrity. It was

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Climate-Based Design for Carbon Reduction at DDC

Henson Architecture‘s Principal, Scott Henson, and Senior Associate, Cory Rouillard, will be giving a presentation on Climate-Based Design for the NYC Department of Design and Construction on Wednesday, August 16. This lecture will introduce DDC staff to our firm, our core values, and will cover diverse strategies in traditional buildings for climate-based design. Scott has been recognized locally and nationally

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Traditional Sustainable Design at the Classic Planning Academy

Henson Architecture‘s Senior Associate, Cory Rouillard, will be giving a guest lecture on Thursday, July 27 at the Classic Planning Academy. At Henson, Cory promotes technical guidance for the appropriate care of existing buildings to both protect our cultural heritage and meet our carbon mitigation targets. Her lecture will introduce students to our firm, our core values, and will cover

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Traditional Sustainable Design in Bruges

Henson Architecture‘s Senior Associate, Cory Rouillard, will be giving a guest lecture on Monday, July 10 at the Bruges Summer School of Architecture & Crafts, hosted by La Table Ronde de l’Architecture. At Henson, Cory promotes technical guidance for the appropriate care of existing buildings to both protect our cultural heritage and meet our carbon mitigation targets. Her lecture in

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