DaVinci Roofscapes' slate and shake roofing products were the buzz this week on the heels of our latest press release talking about a Valoré Slate roof on a home built in 1860. Quarried slate and natural cedar shake tiles have been used as roofing material for centuries, so when historic buildings are being renovated it is a no brainer to look at a modern version of an old classic.
Below is a list of some blog worthy DaVinci Roofscapes projects on homes or buildings that are are considered historic. Click on the links to read more:
- Jean Bonnet Tavern - Bedford, Pennsylvania
- Administration building at Mount Saint Mary College - Newburg, NY
- Hiawatha Morril Library - Haiwatha, Kansas
- Daytona Veterans Administrative Building - Dayton, OH
- Mohawk Avenue School - Sparta, NJ
- Peterson House - Durago, CO
- Telecky Residence - McKinney, TX
- Ole Liberty Station - Bedford, VA
- Rivers Education Center - Charleston, SC
- DuSable Museum - Chicago, IL
Do you have an upcoming project on a home or building in a historic district or on the National Register of Historic Places? Contact us to get more information on our polymer roof tiles.
Jean Bonnet Tavern
Ole Liberty Station
Happy Friday, Architects!