Newport Architecture Blog

Adaptive Reuse and Redevelopment in Newport

Adaptive Reuse and Redevelopment in Newport

Sometimes old buildings outlive the reason for their original construction and yet they are beloved structures that are an important part of the local history and architectural fabric. What is to be done with these buildings? Newport, because of its long history and...

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A Walk Through Newport History

A Walk Through Newport History

There are few places in America where a person can see more National Historic Landmarks and other seminal structures than in Newport, Rhode Island. In a 60–90-minute walk one can view important buildings from five different centuries. Although there are a hundred...

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Archi-Tech: When to Hire an Architect

Archi-Tech: When to Hire an Architect

When planning a construction project, people often wonder if they need an architect. The answer depends upon many different factors. Is it a residential or commercial project? Do you want to add to the building, substantially rearrange it or simply redecorate it? Do...

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NRF Celebrates 50 Years

NRF Celebrates 50 Years

Rough Point, built in a baronial style from quarried stone, was the Dukes' home in Newport. Doris Duke's restoration foundation will celebrate its golden anniversary with many special activities. Newport is fortunate to have buildings that feature some of the best...

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