October 11, 2017
When the co-chair of the AIA NJ Public Awareness committee is a guest on NPR radio, we don’t hit the snooze bar. Take a listen as William J Martin, AIA, shares the real history of the stray toilet in your grandma’s basement. PHOTO COURTESY OF TED ZELLERS http://wesa.fm/post/architect-offers-explanation-pittsburgh-s-basement-toilets-and-it-s-not-what-you-think#stream/0
October 4, 2017
Designed by renowned Finnish American architect Eero Saarinen and built in 1960, Hill College House at the University of Pennsylvania has undergone a 15-month, $80 million, LEED Gold-targeted renovation. The internationally recognized landmark will reopen to 500 student residents later this month. The five-story, 195,000-sf brick residence has undergone a comprehensive renovation, preserving Saarinen’s revolutionary Read More
May 31, 2017
The reconstruction of the Nevius Dutch barn at Rockingham is a complete and accurate reconstruction of this threatened building type. Prior to being dismantled the barn was threatened by neglect. After being dismantled the barn remained in storage for over a decade until the project started in 2013. The reconstruction of the barn included Read More
May 27, 2017
On May 4, Bergen County Executive James J. Tedesco III, the Board of Chosen Freeholders, the Department of Parks, the Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs and the Bergen County Historic Preservation Advisory Board, celebrating 35 years of historic preservation in Bergen County, N.J., recognized 13 deserving recipients with Bergen County Historic Preservation Awards. AIA NJ Read More
May 22, 2017
Annabelle Radcliffe-Trenner, Principal, Historic Building Architects LLC 312 West State Street, Trenton, NJ 08618 Tel 609-393-3999 Fax 609-393-4333 www.hba-llc.com Historic Overview: This is an excellent example of a Greek Revival Italianate wood frame house built in 1858 by John Buzby. The house is located in the heart of the Moorestown Historic District Read More
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