Manufacturer of adhesives, wood consolidants, and wood replacement compounds for structural and decorative restoration.
Founded in 1959, Abatron, Inc. specializes in the research, formulation, and manufacture of epoxy and related compounds.
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A New York City playwright's indulgently medievalist space.
Reformed Gothic style is a blend of medieval, aesthetic, and Arts & Crafts.
"It’s a house-eat-house world, Dad!" - John Shiflet, quoting his daughter.
A couple of newlyweds take on the restoration of a Victorian cottage. Almost 50 years later, their work is nearly done.
Using salvaged architectural elements creates patina in an old-house kitchen addition while keeping high-quality materials out of the landfill.
While a Gothic vocabulary is relevant to many American styles, a full-blown Gothic Revival took hold in mid-19th-century America.
An addition to a Gothic Revival Cottage keeps the original house as the prominent view with a clear delineation between the original building and the new one.
Once houses moved beyond being merely dwellings, doors and entrances grew to become important expressions of architectural style.
During the mid-to-late 19th century, the Massachusetts seaside town of Oak Bluffs on the island of Martha's Vineyard was referred to as "Cottage City" for its profusion of romantic Carpenter Gothic or Gingerbread summer cottages.