The Traditional Building Conference's Online Education series for architecture, building, and restoration professionals provides best practices, industry insights, AIA credits and more!
Our 2021 Virtual Conference is now available on-demand. Click here to register.
Frank L. Wright and the Architects of Steinway Hall
For about ten years, at the beginning of his career, Frank Lloyd Wright shared office space with his close friends, Dwight Perkins, Robert Spencer, and Myron Hunt. They worked together in the attic loft of Steinway Hall an office building and piano showroom designed by Perkins in Chicago.
Reglazing vs. Replacing Windows: Comparing the Carbon Impact
Register. The course will compare the embodied and operating carbon impacts of window restoration, secondary glazing, and replacement windows as well as emerging glazing technologies.
Beauty & Sustainability: Custom Wood Garage Door Solutions
Register. This course will cover the use of custom wood doors for large exterior openings found on garages, car barns, pool houses, and other auxiliary spaces.
Cast in Stone: Traditional Products for a Modern World
The course will define cast stone and illustrate the way it is used and installed for both exterior and interior applications in commercial and residential settings.
Commercial Historic Window Restoration and Replication
Register Now - Understanding the challenges required for properly planning and documenting large scale historic restoration/renovation projects.
Working with Custom Cabinet Makers: Modern Kitchen in Traditional Settings
Get a preview of this session: From technology to universal design, fine cabinetry for traditional and restoration projects demands a respect for historical design intent and a thorough understanding of modern lifestyle essentials.
Installing Storm Windows: Getting the Details Right
Get a preview of this session: This webinar will feature several case studies to illustrate the process of measuring and selecting storm windows, installation, and results to be expected for energy savings and noise reduction.
Vacuum Insulated Glass and the Rehabilitation of the Saarinen’s Milwaukee County War Memorial
Get a preview of this session: Designed in 1955-1957, the memorial, known as “the birdcage,” was suffering from severe condensation and required a substantial rehabilitation strategy in order to preserve its Modernist character-defining features. This case study will review the decision to restore the glazing with new vacuum insulated glass.