The Interiors Handbook for Historic Buildings, Volume II
This 450 page illustrated handbook is a ready reference tool on the restoration and rehabilitation of historic interiors. The Handbook is divided into eight sections: Planning; Architectural Features and Materials; Finishes and Accessories; Systems and Fixtures; Fire Protection and Codes; Adaptive Reuse; Manufacturers, Sources and Literature; Annotated Bibliograpy. The Handbook is designed to be used, expanded, updated, and personalized by its owner in response to a growing and changing field.
Published in 1993 by HPEF and the National Park Service.
THE INTERIORS HANDBOOK FOR HISTORIC BUILDINGS, VOLUME I
The first volume contains over 500 pages of practical information on restoring and rehabilitating historic interiors with sections on inspection and planning; architectural features and materials; systems and fixtures; adaptive reuse; finishes and decorative accessories; and fire protection and codes. Useful information and guidance is provided for architects, interior designers, curators, conservators, property owners, and building managers. Includes a company directory and annotated bibliography.
Published in 1988 by HPEF.