Hello again, preservation enthusiasts and friends! It’s been almost two years since this blog was updated last, but we’re back and ready to share our research, documentation, and planning adventures with the world! There’s been a lot of changes and… Continue Reading
By: Kevin Barni On Saturday the November 12th members of the art conservation club came to help CHAD pack our object collection. I don’t know if you’ve heard yet, but we’re moving, and there is still much left to be… Continue Reading
This past Friday the newest configuration of CHAD’s MAHBS crew went back to the Cannon-Maston house in Seaford, Delaware. The crew went to continue demolition worked conducted previously, and worked with people from the Sussex County land trust, and from… Continue Reading
CHAD has finalized our summer field school plans! We are taking a group of seven students (by van!) from Newark, Delaware to Virginia City, Montana. We will be gone August 16th to August 28th! Check back with us for all… Continue Reading
Today the students from CHAD went on walking tours around the city. The Metro was our means of transport to our neighborhoods but once we arrived we experienced the walkability of the neighborhoods and the spatial relationships between residential and… Continue Reading
Today Vernacular Architecture Forum conference attendees had the opportunity to choose one of two bus tours that explored a variety of neighborhoods, from modest public housing complexes in northeast DC, to modernist avant-garde homes in Virginia. On bus tour option… Continue Reading
From May 19th to the 22nd, 12 students and 3 faculty from the University of Delaware will be attending the annual meeting of the Vernacular Architecture Forum in Washington, DC. Stay tuned and follow our adventures through several centuries of… Continue Reading
Join the faculty and students at the Center for Historic Architecture and Design on our travels!