A Theory of Architectural Additions
 
 

Preservation, Historic Significance and a Theory of Architectural Additions:
The Canon and Its Consequences
 
 

Scott Demel
 
 

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the 
requirement for the degree
Master of Science in Historic Preservation

Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
1996



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction:
The Issue of the Architectural Addition

Chapter 1:
The Early Preservation Documents and Theory

Chapter 2:
The "Contrasting" Method

Chapter 3:
Development of Standards and Guidelines

Chapter 4:
The Mediating Wall

Chapter 5:
A Review of Examples

Postscript:
A Possible New Direction

Endnotes

Illustration Credits

Bibliography
 
 


Introduction

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