EVENT: ROSEDALE, BUILT BY THE BOOKS

Historic Rosedale’s architectural features, inside and out, all have stories to tell. Calder Loth will explore and illustrate why Rosedale looks the way that it does.  The role of published illustrations in early pattern or carpenter guide books in shaping Rosedale’s form and details will be emphasized, as well as the ancient sources for many of Rosedale’s decorative motifs.

LOCATION
Historic Rosedale Plantation
3427 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28306
 
TIME
March 25, 2017
6:00 pm Cocktails
7:00 – 8:30 pm Dinner & Lecture
 
COST
Members – $75.00
Non-Members – $85.00

INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE & ART
NORTH CAROLINA CHAPTER
6207 Robinson Church Road, Charlotte, NC 28215
704-602-4894 | classicist-nc.org

To register click here: http://classicist-nc.org/events/?action=evregister&event_id=3

They Do Make Them Like They Used To

 

Skilled artisans reveal trade secrets and current methods with hands-on demonstrations of historic plastering, masonry, restoration, forged metal arts and guided tours of Rosedale House and Gardens.

At the end of the course participants will be able to:

  1. Learn the importance of the maintenance & sustainability of historic brick masonry.
  2. Learn the properties of mortars that are typically appropriate for historic repairs.
  3. Learn the properties of the correct mortar to work with masonry maintenance and repairs.
  4. Learn correct methods of finishing joint work details with various pointing tools.
  5. Learn about historic and contemporary plastering materials and tools.
  6. Learn the methods and steps of plaster repairs within OHSA requirements.
  7. Learn installation methods & safety requirements for flat walls & ornamental plastering.
  8. Learn about path materials required for the Americans with Disabilities Act in gardens.
  9. Learn about grading requirements for the Americans with Disabilities Act in gardens.
  10. Learn about pervious and impervious paving materials in historic gardens.
  11. Learn the challenges of balancing historic preservation with technology & security.
  12. Learn the lessons of programming for safety in an historic building.
  13. Learn the lessons of maintaining existing building materials in an historic building.
  14. Learn about historic metal forging materials, tools and modern safety requirements.
  15. Learn correct methods of forging metal work executed with proper tools and techniques.
  16. Learn the environmental benefits of repairing and maintaining existing metal hardware.

To register, click here: http://classicist-nc.org/events/?action=evregister&event_id=2