When old architecture meets new additions

The preservation of historic architecture often involves a series of difficult choices. Adaptive re-use? Reconstruction? New addition in a new style to accommodate new uses? This pictorial essay illustrates some fascinating examples of old-and-new architecture merged together in each buidlings.


A Study in Architectural Contrasts: 12 Modern-Meets-Historic Additions

By SA Rogers

Web Urbanist

August 8, 2016

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