The Greater Philadelphia Historic Home Show is a showcase of ideas that blend today’s necessities with historic homes without compromising their integrity.
This show features over **[70 exhibits](http://www.goodrichpromotions.com/historic_home/categories.html)** including architectural salvage, fine art restoration, floor and wall coverings, furniture restoration, millwork and mouldings, windows, porches and landscaping.
Admission price includes admission to
The Designer Craftsmen Show of Philadelphia.
Sponsored by **[Old House Interiors' Early Homes](http://www.oldhouseinteriors.com/)** magazine.
January 18, 19 & 20, 2008
Friday: 10am - 5pm
Open to the TRADE ONLY
Friday: 6pm - 9pm
Saturday: 10am - 5pm
**Sunday: **11am - 4pm
LOCATION: **Valley Forge Convention Center**
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
(Opening Night Preview Party)
Friday Evening $35.00 per person
**Saturday & Sunday** **$12.00** per person
Admission is valid for all show days. Children under 15 are free. Strollers and cameras are not permitted on the show floor.
[DISCOUNT COUPON](http://www.goodrichpromotions.com/historic_home/index.html#) Valid Saturday & Sunday Only
The Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America will be offering three courses to further educate those in the architectural and construction industry.
**Thomas Jefferson and the Art of Building in Brick: New Views of Thomas Jefferson and his Architectural Workmen** Presented by Bryan Clark Green, Ph.D. Architectural Historian Commonwealth Architects, Richmond, Virginia Friday, January 18, 2008: 10 am – 11:30 am Thomas Jefferson, who shaped much of the nation's architectural image, ranks among America's most important architects and the first American architect of international stature. Jefferson’s architectural image of the new United States has become so established in our view of ourselves, that it is difficult to imagine an American architecture – especially an American civic architecture – without him. This lecture will draw on the body of Jefferson’s own architecture, as well as that of his workmen. **Balance, Harmony, and Beauty (Practical Proportion)** Presented by Richard Franklin Sammons, co-founder of Fairfax & Sammons Architects, P.C., New York and Palm Beach, established in 1992 Friday, January 18, 2008: 2:00PM – 3:30PM The purpose of this class is to impart the critical methodology and vocabulary necessary to understand and manipulate proportional systems in architectural design. It examines the numerous and often contradictory systems of proportion put forth through the ages from antiquity to contemporary times. Particular attention is given to the geometrical proportioning systems used in antiquity and found in the tradition of Gothic architecture, in contrast to the arithmetic systems of proportion used during the Renaissance. The intention is to give contemporary architects and designers a practical “working knowledge” of a subject that has been of central concern to architects working in many varied epochs. **Architectural Hardware and Mouldings ** Presented by Nancy E. Berry; Editor New Old House magazine Friday, January 18, 2008: 3:30PM – 5:00PM The seminar will focus on two aspects of interior design: hardware and mouldings. The first section will discuss the origins and history of mouldings in the United States, focusing on Georgian, Federal, Greek Revival, and Arts & crafts styles. We’ll review traditional moulding profiles to better understand proportion and scale for different period styles and show how those profiles can be applied in design today. The session will look at the hierarchy of moulding for different room types. The second part will focus on hardware, covering the history of the subject in the United States as well as period appropriate hardware for historical house styles.
Priced at $45.00 per course or $120.00 for three, includes registration fees, course materials and certificate of completion. Each course will serve as a foundation for ICA & CA’s other courses and will qualify for AIA/CES credits.
[Download Registration Form Here](http://www.goodrichpromotions.com/historic_home/2008_Educational_Reg.pdf) ] For complete course details and registration information please contact our office at 717-796-2380. REGISTRATION ENDS JANUARY 7, 2008 INFORMATIVE WORKSHOPS
Presented by expert artisans and craftsmen, these free workshops focus on practical approaches to preservation and renovations of historic buildings and homes.
Hoffman Painting & Refinishing, Inc. **Window and Sash Restoration** Presented by Duffy Hoffman Saturday, January 19, 2008: 10:30am–12:00pm Sash restoration, how to remove and weatherize a sash. Preparation of wood surface for priming & painting. The Workshops of David T. Smith **Designing a Kitchen for a Historic Home** The Workshops of David T. Smith Designing a Kitchen for a Historic Home Presented by David T. Smith Saturday, January 19, 2008: 1:00pm–2:00pm David will show and discuss how to design a functional Handmade Kitchen for your historical or reproduction home. Historic Restorations **How to Approach Work on Your Older Home ** Presented by Charles Groshong and Danielle Keperling Saturday, January 19, 2008: 2:30pm–3:30pm This workshop is geared toward homeowners with an interest in historic home care with topics such as where to begin work, when to bring a professional in, and how to avoid common mistakes. Hoffman Painting & Refinishing, Inc. **Lead Safe work Practices and Paint Practices for Historic Structures ** Presented by Duffy Hoffman Saturday, January 19, 2008 4:00pm–5:00pm Learn how to protect your family from lead coatings and how to protect your workers and customers from lead exposure. Thistle Hill Weavers **To Be Trod On: Reproduction Carpet for Historic Homes ** Presented by Rabbit Goody Sunday, January 20, 2008: 11:30am–12:30pm Floors of the past were covered in carpets of many colors. Carpets
were both practical and beautiful, and they served as the focal point of any room. Ms. Goody will show you how to recreate this look with authentic, beautiful reproductions that are meant to be walked on.
The Workshops of David T. Smith **Leafy’s Cottage ** Presented by David T. Smith Sunday, January 20, 2008: 1:30pm–2:30pm David T. Smith exhibits the restoration, refitting, and decoration of a late 19th-century mountain farmhouse. Hoffman Painting and Refinishing, Inc. **Estimate the Scope of Work ** Presented by: Duffy Hoffman Sunday, January 20, 2008: 3:00pm–4:00pm This seminar will include estimating commercial, residential, and Federal bidding.