A New Form In A Historic District
Puckett, M. Kristen
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Historic preservation commissions are required to review proposals of infill within historic districts. Often, this process is viewed as something that stifles an architect. What can an architect to do to both comply with the preservationists wishes and fulfill their clients desires to have an innovative new construction? An architect must look past the prescribed ways of satisfying preservation commissions requirements and fully interpret the process.
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