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Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference

Restore Media, LLC announces the Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference will return to historic Back Bay, in Boston, March 7-10, 2007. A national trade show and conference for architects, designers, contractors, developers, planners, building owners, historic home owners and craftsmen involved in restoration, renovation, and traditionally-inspired new design and construction, the Traditional Building Show is the one place where historic restoration and new traditional architecture come together under one roof.

Boston is a city rich in architectural history and strong in preservation and traditional design. A city transformed by massive infrastructural improvements and an enormous waterfront revitalization program, Boston is the ideal venue to learn first-hand how new design and development is being carefully woven into the historic fabric of a 375-year-old vibrant urban environment.

In four days you can explore every aspect of the region's rich design legacy from churches to theaters, public and commercial buildings, to the wide array of Colonial, Classical, Victorian, and Modernist styles amongst its vast supply of historic homes. Learn how well coordinated project teams of architects, developers, planners, building owners, and artisans utilize both high technology and centuries-old craftsmanship to maintain, restore and rehabilitate historic structures.

Find out how new construction, too, is reinterpreting older forms and styles. Experience how skillful designers are creating the new old house and adding artful, sympathetic additions to landmark structures. Or how new affordable housing can be created to mesh with the vernacular styles of earlier eras.

Looking for products for your next project? Meet face-to-face with exhibitors of historically-accurate products for the restoration, renovation, and traditionally-inspired new construction markets. This event a must attend for those who love old homes and buildings.



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