Recognizing 25 individuals who have dedicated their careers to classical style
Washington, DC (August 15, 2023) – TRADITIONAL BUILDING is pleased to announce the 2023 25 Leaders – A Who’s Who in Traditional Building; a program that recognizes those who create and preserve traditional-style buildings that speak of the past and hold promise for a bright future.
For the second year, TRADITIONAL BUILDING recognizes architects, designers, landscape architects, preservationists, and craftsmen who have dedicated their careers to the classical style in myriad and outstanding ways that are serving as models around the globe.
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The winners will be featured in TRADITIONAL BUILDING’S September issue. TRADITIONAL BUILDING is a national publication which serves architects, designers, builders, interior designers, craftspeople and building artisans who design and build classical buildings.
About Traditional Building
Founded in 1988 by Clem Labine, Traditional Building is a bi-monthly magazine and website which covers traditional design in residential, commercial, and institutional architecture, serving as the professional’s resource, featuring projects, profiles, products, opinions and more. TRADITIONAL BUILDING serves architects, contractors, facility managers, developers, artisans and interior designers. Articles highlight historic preservation, adaptive use and new traditional design for commercial, institutional and government buildings – as well as civic spaces and landscapes.
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