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I love order and minimalism in buildings. New, freshly planned, pristine and perfect are great attributes for new structures , yet I also find myself drawn to things that aren’t so flawless. Recycled, repurposed, previously loved, salvaged. Buildings that have a previous life carry a character that brand-new ones just cannot master.

When old structures are preserved and lovingly restored, we gain in so many ways. Not only do we preserve materials that would otherwise end up in the waste stream, we also respect the heritage of each building, and add to the character of the surrounding area. Sadly, restoring the old is often more costly than building anew, yet I believe that more and more people and companies will continue to do it.

We see combinations of materials that would probably not end up side by side if the opportunity to do something radical didn’t present itself in the often…

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