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This panel will discuss why terracotta may get a bad rap in many of New York’s historic buildings. It will review how the NYC Department of Buildings differentiates one building material from another: how crumbling terracotta may compare to the deterioration of other building facade materials. The panel will review new terracotta installations and the evolution to stainless steel anchors. Should steps and incentives be taken to encourage building owners to preserve terracotta? What would be the value if the city were to encourage this maintenance? Finally, what can be done to educate current and new generations about terracotta and other historic ornamentation?

Speakers
Joan Berkowitz, FAPT, Senior Project Manager/Senior Preservationist, HLZA
Timothy Lynch, PE, Assistant Commissioner – Investigative Engineering Services, NYC Department of Buildings
Susan Tunick, Artist; President, Friends of Terracotta

Moderator
Howard Zimmerman, FAIA, Founder and Principal, HLZA

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Organized by
AIANY Historic Buildings Committee
108 Leonard Street. Photo: Howard L. Zimmerman Architects, P.C.
Monday, 5/07
6pm to 8pm
Location
Center for Architecture
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