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  • SANTA FE—Architect Conrad Skinner’s five-year research project into the history of the Paolo Soleri Amphitheater plays a lead role in much wider than a line , SITE Santa Fe’s 2016 biennial dedicated to new art from the Americas....

  • The Newport Restoration Foundation, who recently organized the Keeping History Above Water Conference , is in the process of assembling an edited book that will address how to help historic places, buildings, and landscapes survive in the face of...

  • Thank you Mr. Seale for the hint to use a magnet. But to the original question, Meg, how did you establish the roof was copper? Does the roof exist now, or was this from documentation? What age and where is this located? From my experience, I...

  • Hello, I appreciate all your comments. I believe I have found a local roofing contractor to facilitate the historic look with a custom approach by replicating the historic size, details, and pattern in light gauge steel. I've seen a mock-up...

  • I agree with the comment to encourage the newness of the material to fade away. Randy Clark AIA clark architecture & design 902 east first street mcpherson kansas o 620.241.4353 ...

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  • For me, our annual convention is always a time where I am reinvigorated about our profession and what we do as architects. This year’s convention in Philadelphia was no exception. This newsletter contains information on many of the events that the...

  • Does anyone know of replacement shingles for this kind of roofing? I noticed a lot of them on the ground in New Orleans after Katrina so the National Park Service is not the only entity needing to find an appropriate substitute. Victoria Jacobson

  • If you have not noticed, the Symposium presentations are summarized in an article in the most recent issue of Preservation Architect and copies of all the presentations are linked to this article. Here is the list of presentations: ...

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  • The AIA Historic Resources Committee is the oldest standing committee of the AIA. It was organized in 1890 as the Committee on the Conservation of Public Architecture. The history of the Committee and the AIA’s involvement in preservation is recorded...

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