historic fabric

historic fabric

Those portions of a building fabric that are of historic significance.
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Two more cameras require direct intervention with the historic fabric of the hall, in addition to the two that were previously given planning permission in 2017.
To limit damage to the historic fabric of the bridge, preservation experts and project engineers modified the construction method and schedule.
Mr Orton said: "We accept that a significant proportion of the historic fabric - cladding, windows, doors and roofing - have been altered.
The report says: "The proposed works comprise the restoration of the rooms on the third floor, which are currently of poor structural condition, with significant damp issues, and containing deteriorating historic fabric.
The information will then be used to generate an interactive model image of the buildings, which will form the basis for the design and enable the team to analyse, review and consider the historic fabric, and deliver the project on time, avoiding added costs.
Given the rarest of opportunities to design on a significant corner in Historic Soho, we bridged the diverse languages of cast iron and brick with a modern design reflecting the historic fabric of the neighborhood," said Arpad Baksa, founder of Arpad Baksa Architect.
It's more unusual, however, that we get the opportunity to sell such an interesting property and one that is firmly engrained in the rich historic fabric of our nation.
Doug Phillips, chairman of the Greater Morpeth Development Trust, said: "The station is a beautiful building and it is our intention to conserve its historic fabric while incorporating modern facilities into it.
Meanwhile, the glass visitors' entrance at Caernarfon Castle was designed by Donald Insall Associates to improve accessibility, while having minimal impact on the historic fabric of the site.
What remained of the medieval city, narrow alleyways, courtyard houses, schools and bathhouses lay hidden behind the fashionable street facade, a historic fabric that was allowed to decay because it was deemed "unmodern.
New Street has evolved over the years but significant elements of its historic fabric still remain and New Street Chambers offers a unique chance to breathe new life into buildings that date back to a time when Birmingham was emerging as a Victorian powerhouse.
Retaining the historic fabric of our city is paramount in maintaining the cultural diversity of San Diego by creating a vibrant place for all of us to live.
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