New Building Design in Historic Downtowns

APA Northern New England Chapter

#9125783

Thursday, June 8, 2017
10:30 a.m. - noon EDT

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Overview

While preserving our authentic downtowns and village centers, we must also embrace change. This session will examine several examples of how sensitive rehabilitation and new design can complement historic architecture to create new opportunities for housing and business. Project highlights include: the Barrett Center for the Arts (Bread Loaf Corportation) in White River Junction; the Kowalski House and Annex (Cushman Design Group) on the campus of Vermont Studio Center in Johnson; and The Village at White River Junction (4240 Architecture) in White River Junction. 

Speakers

James Pulver

James Pulver, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP Jim is a native Vermonter born and raised in Bennington. When Jim was young his dad brought home construction documents of projects he was building and Jim spent hours looking at these drawings. By seventh grade Jim knew he wanted to create the drawings ... Read More

Milford Cushman

Milford Cushman, Cushman Design Group President Milford Cushman is a professional designer with over 30 years of practice committed to creative, functional, intuitive and efficient design solutions. When founding his design practice in 1988, Milford relied on his years of being an educator, a keen observer, a builder, a versatile ... Read More

Contact Info

Lee Krohn, lkrohn@ccrpcvt.org