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listed building

(in Britain) a building officially recognized as having special historical or architectural interest and therefore protected from demolition or alteration

listed building

Any building designated as being of historic architectural interest by one of the many organizations dedicated to the preservation of historic architecture.
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Her expertise in architectural preservation as well as her experience as an office principal will strengthen our architecture practice within the Washington, D.
The restoration and conservation project is focused on architectural preservation and encompasses historical research, conservation technology and joint U.
The Mayo Group has made historic and architectural preservation a priority, an important factor since much of its property faces the city's historic and newly refurbished Common.
Because of the federal-housing guarantee and the loans available to veterans, the dream of owning your own home became a reality,'' said Kenneth Breisch, director of the University of Southern California's Architectural Preservation Program.
In response to this, and other stories of underhand and irresponsible property stewardship, three foreign journalists have helped set up a conservation group--the Moscow Architectural Preservation Society (MAPS)--to try to save Moscow's heritage.
The primary concern of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board remained a commemorative plaque program, while from the 1930s onward the branch increasingly shouldered responsibility for architectural preservation, site development and tourism promotion.
Creaform's suite of products and services, supported by an advanced training program, serve the automotive, aerospace, biomechanics, consumer products, education, architectural preservation and multimedia industries, among others.
There is also architectural preservation, course syllabuses and teaching resources and others.
From an architectural preservation standpoint, however, the question is: Would rebuilding the house entirely to his original design be more economical than restoring what remains?
Modern architectural preservation expert Prudon divides the book into two parts, first introducing the topic, including evolving philosophy and standards as well as an assessment of modern buildings and structures, followed by a lengthy section providing case studies from throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia.
In 2001 the City of Baltimore's Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation and the Maryland Historical Trust designated the B&O Building one the city's ten most historically consequential buildings.
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