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Continued from part 3

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Replace missing details.

  • Match original in size, texture and finish

  • Use original materials when feasible.

Oysterville, WA

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Replace Missing Details.

Greenville, SC

Replace missing details to match the original in appearance.

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Replace missing features to match the original in character.

Avoid removing or altering any significant architectural detail.

  • Porches, turned columns, brackets and jigsaw ornaments are examples...

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Reconstruct Missing Details

Ft. Collins, CO

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Avoid adding ornamentation or other decorative elements, unless thorough research indicates that the building once had them.

  • Conjectural “historic” designs for replacement parts that cannot be substantiated are inappropriate.

Memphis, TN

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Design Guidelines for Individual Building Elements

  • Porches

  • Windows and doors

  • Roofs, gutters and downspouts

  • Foundations and chimneys

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Historic windows and doors significantly affect the character of a structure and should be preserved.

  • Preserve the position, number, size and arrangement of historic windows and doors in a building wall.

  • Yes

  • No

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Door out of character

Doors

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Windows

  • Preserve key features of windows

    • Proportions

    • Trims

    • Divisions

    • Depth of framing members

Quincy, IL

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Windows

  • Preserve historic solid to void ratio

    • Especially on primary facades

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Windows

  • Preserve historic solid to void ratio

Altered solid to void ratio affect individual building and adjacent context.

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Policy: Maintain the historic ratio of window openings to solid wall.

Solid to void character altered

Crested Butte, CO

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Continued in part 5

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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Winter & Company

Consultants in preservation planning, urban design and design review

1265 Yellow Pine Avenue

Boulder, CO 80303

Phone: 303-440-8445

Web: www.winterandcompany.net

Email: admin@winterandcompany.net

Historic District Design Guidelines Workshop


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