The Azola family legacy and snippets of Baltimore's history are told through 26 projects ranging from seventeenth-century log cabins to multistoried skyscrapers. Each represents an important time and place, and reveals, for the first time, unforeseen surprises and startling historical finds-from skeletons in the attic to buried treasure, and more. Martin P. Azola shares his family's projects in this well-documented, historical presentation of their incredible life's work. Baltimore holds a very special place in the Azolas' hearts, and you'll find the stories and visuals both interesting and beautiful.
2018, Martin P. Azola and Charles Belfoure, 144 pages, hardcover
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Martin P. Azola has been saving historic buildings in the Baltimore region for more than 45 years. He holds several degrees in civil engineering from Virginia Tech and is a licensed engineer in the state of Maryland. He grew the Azola Companies into the region's premier historic rehabilitation firm, garnering dozens of state and national awards. He is currently a member of the Maryland Historic Trust Board of Trustees.
Charles Belfoure is The New York Times bestselling author of The Paris Architect, House of Thieves, and The Fallen Architect. An Architect by profession, Charles graduated from the Pratt Institute and Columbia University. His area of specialty is historic preservation and he has published several architectural histories, one of which won a Graham Foundation national grant for architectural research.
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