Traditional Building is a bi-monthly magazine edited for professionals involved in restoring and renovating civic, religious, commercial, institutional, and residential buildings or designing and constructing new buildings in traditional styles. Readers include building owners, architects, contractors, interior designers, builders, developers, landscape architects, building managers, preservation planners, restoration consultants, and other professionals who want to learn about best practices in traditional design, restoration and renovation practices and who want to know where to locate hard-to-find restoration products and services.
Period-Homes.com speaks to the traditional design trade exclusively working on authentic well-designed houses on a national scale. Read by architects, contractors, developers, artisans, and interior designers, it is the go-to resource for information on traditional materials, design practices, regional projects, and company profiles.
Period Homes has the largest database of both professionals who buy historical products and suppliers of historical products and services. These databases are indexed in depth, so highly refined selections can be made. Mailing lists drawn from these databases can be made available to carefully screened clients.
Articles highlight new traditional design, landscapes, restoration, renovation, adaptive re-use, and sympathetic designs for traditional residential architecture. Product guides, articles, and photo galleries provide the latest information on how to specify and locate historically inspired products such as windows, doors, lighting, columns, hardware and related services.
Period Home also publishes one annual print issue dedicated to highlighting the best products and services related to designing the traditional home.
“Although coverage of traditional architecture is unparalleled, Traditional Buildings’ sleeping asset is its sourcing. I always know that I can find a supplier, craftsman, or specialty item that’s impossible to find anywhere else. Not even Google has the range. Sometimes I find things I didn’t even know I wanted, and then seeing them gave me ideas. My stack of Traditional Building magazines may be the most dog-eared amongst my reference collection.”