The annual HRC Taliesin West Colloquium provides an opportunity for design professionals to discuss their role in shaping the use and reuse of existing buildings.

Upcoming preservation events

Latest Discussions

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  • The Restoration of one of Maryland's Oldest Houses Cloverfields is a unique and important remnant of early Maryland architecture and culture. It was constructed at the beginning of the eighteenth century. ...

  • Docomomo US invites nominations for the 2018 Modernism in America Awards. Now in its fifth year, the Awards celebrate the documentation, preservation and re-use of modern buildings, structures and landscapes ...

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Photos: AIA Chicago/HRC open house at PastForward 2017

Continuing education: Preservation Briefs

The Historic Resource Committee has arranged, in collaboration with the Historic Preservation Education Foundation, for AIA Learning Units to be available through a series of quizzes based on the National Park Service Preservation Briefs. The Preservation Briefs are an ongoing series of publications by the U. S. National Park Service that provides guidance on preserving, rehabilitating, and restoring historic buildings. Download Briefs and Take Quiz.


About us

The mission of the Historic Resources Committee (HRC) is to identify, understand, and preserve architectural heritage, both nationally and internationally. HRC is engaged in promoting the role of the historic architect within the profession through the development of information and knowledge among members, allied professional organizations, and the public.

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We invite you to join in HRC's mission of preserving our architectural heritage. Our over 6,000 members are design and construction professionals who care deeply about preservation, and who are willing to continue to learn about innovative techniques, products, and systems that can enhance design.

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