Historic preservation and architecture firm Page & Turnbull is running a campaign to fund the 185.8 m2(2000-sf) expansion of San Francisco’s Presidio Chapel, proposed by the firm to accommodate the diverse praying needs of the different religions using the facility.
Glass Magazine has awarded the seele group, a company specializing in the design and construction of façades and building envelopes, with the Most Innovative Interior Glass Rails, Walls, and Doors award for their work on St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York.
Can historic building techniques teach us valuable lessons about sustainability, comfort, and even the beauty of architecture? That’s been one essential takeaway from Page & Turnbull’s work on Sacramento Valley Station, a 1926 gem originally designed by the firm Bliss and Faville, containing an exceptional mural by artist John A. MacQuarrie.
The Association for Preservation Technology (APT) will host its symposium, “Mesa to Mountain: Preservation in the American West,” in Salt Lake City, Utah, March 23 to 25. The symposium offers attendees insight into the history, sites, materials, conditions, and challenges of preservation in the American West, featuring both traditional and field-based educational sessions.
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