Blog Posts - 1920's Architecture



Modern Twist on Classical Designs -- Part III

A talent I've recently found that is taking modern twists on classical designs to a new level is Ken Pursley out of Charlotte, North Carolina.  His work is outstanding.  Doing both renovations and new construction, his take on design is fre...
by Period Homes on Mar 23, 2010

Modern Twist on Classical Designs -- Part III

A talent I've recently found that is taking modern twists on classical designs to a new level is Ken Pursley out of Charlotte, North Carolina.  His work is outstanding.  Doing both renovations and new construction, his take on design is fre...
by Period Homes on Mar 23, 2010

French Village: An Inspiration for Development

In the 1920's a developer by the name George Woodward was a busy man building and developing in the area of Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia.  Woodward began developing very modest homes years earlier, but after travels to England and France (and worki...
by Period Homes on Dec 24, 2008

French Village: An Inspiration for Development

In the 1920's a developer by the name George Woodward was a busy man building and developing in the area of Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia.  Woodward began developing very modest homes years earlier, but after travels to England and France (and worki...
by Period Homes on Dec 24, 2008

Door Hardware for a Period Revival House

Finding the correct door hardware for your house is a very difficult thing.  Most people go to their local hardware distributor to pick out their door knobs or levers and select from the few selections that the largetst companies offer or the ones t...
by Period Homes on Dec 17, 2008


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