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Recently, our principal David Wessel talked with Kenneth Varner, president and chief executive officer of Cypress Lawn, to get his take on the role of historic structures in cemeteries.
Upon landing in Hong Kong on our way to Cambodia, I checked my email. Waiting for me was a message from the Cambodian Visa Department. My heart sunk; what could be wrong? I was sure my papers were in order and we were all set...
As a conservator, I started out conserving historic building materials and finishes, but that’s morphed into working with art and sculpture, too, like the murals in Coit Tower and the gypsum-and-latex door surrounds by Tom Otterness for the San Fra
I remember the first time I walked into David Ireland’s house, not long after the 500 Capp Street Foundation hired us to handle the conservation of this building that was also a major work of art by an amazing artist. I was immediately drawn in...
Preservation, Art, Architecture, and History. Articles from around the web, curated for your reading pleasure.
Debates over historic preservation often run into a problem: There’s plenty of data to support economic arguments, and much less to address questions of cultural value. A research team in Singapore wants to change that.
It is the longest time that Big Ben has been paused during its 157-year history.
Andrew Wyeth was a popular but controversial realist who stood in stark contrast to modernism, pop art, and other experimental artistic movements of the 20th century.
Dedicated in 1927 as a World War I memorial, the natatorium was conceived as more than a place honoring citizens of the territory of Hawaii who volunteered for the war.