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Architecture: A Tradition -- The Reintegration of Historical Building Methods for Architectural Reuse and Adaptation

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thesis boards supplemental.pdf
Title: Architecture: A Tradition -- The Reintegration of Historical Building Methods for Architectural Reuse and Adaptation
Author: Thielen, Kris
Abstract: As our built environment continues to grow, new building technologies are continually updated and employed, while historical building methods become outdated and undervalued. Recently there is a resurgence in preserving our architectural history, and building reuse is becoming more common. This requires a larger workforce of craftsmen and women to exercise older historical methods and techniques. With the design of a technical college in traditional and current architectural building techniques in Minneapolis, Minnesota; we can continue to pass on valuable knowledge once held by master craftsmen in order to preserve our architectural past and culture.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Trade schools.
Breweries -- Remodeling for other use.
Artisans -- Training of.
Saint Paul (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22799

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