An article by David Shribman in the Winter 2013 Notre Dame Magazine discusses the challenges to our community in the 21st century. He postulates that “[t]he principal challenge facing the United States in the second decade of the 21st century is to adjudicate between the two social goods of conviction and compromise….” If this is… Continue reading Sustaining Our 21st Century Community Through Preservation
When you evaluate the integrity of a building, and think about whether it’s in good enough shape to convey its significance, to whom do you imagine it conveying that significance? Or, of course, failing to convey it? Having served on Landmarks Commissions and other preservation related groups for nearly 10 years now, I find that… Continue reading To whom are we conveying the significance of an historic structure?
Congratulations to the Washington Heritage Barn Program! The program recently was given an Honor Award by the National Trust for Historic Preservation at their annual conference in Spokane. Richaven principal Brian Rich is a member of the Heritage Barn Advisory Committee and attended the awards ceremony. Here’s the official press release from the National Trust… Continue reading Washington Heritage Barn Program wins NTHP Honor Award!