The Iconic Houses: Lessons Learned on Detailing for Durability
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About the Event
Explore how the details of iconic historic and modernist houses have contributed to their durability or lack thereof, and what we can learn from their successes and failures in detailing our own projects for durability. Topics covered will include window flashings, roof eave edge detailing, roof to wall overhangs, interior to exterior transitions at grade, and overall building forms for improved water management. Case studies will include the speaker’s assessment or restoration work on numerous iconic houses, from the 1680, Paul Revere House to iconic mid-century modernist houses designed by Walter Gropius, Philip Johnson, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Hosted by CRAN®.