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Incorporating Adaptive Reuse to Restore Old Landmark Buildings

Incorporating Adaptive Reuse to Restore Old Landmark Buildings

As progress dictates that we must forge on into the future, the unfortunate tearing down of the old to make room for the new means more buildings are being lost. Adaptive reuse, however, defines progress differently. To those who may not be familiar with this type of architectural restoration, adaptive reuse takes an existing structure and refines it, breathing new life...

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Preserving Your Historic Structure's Story

Preserving Your Historic Structure’s Story

Architecture is designed with intention, meaning its form says something about the building's purpose. Form follows function. Elements such as decorative cornices, windows and doors all contribute to the story of the building's purpose. This is especially true of historic buildings. Preserving their design helps to preserve the building's story and history. Telling a Story There is rarely, if ever, anything random...

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