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National historic landmark preserves its splendor by using copper

Built in 1931, the entrance canopy to New York City’s Waldorf-Astoria hotel continues to use copper-alloyed material after nearly a century  /  Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, the Art Deco-style Waldorf-Astoria has been a symbol of elegance since … Read more »

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Gutters of copper: the all-time classic!

By Anne Schade, Revere Copper Most people agree that copper rainwater goods — gutters, downspouts, conductor heads, rain-chains, etc. — add beauty and elegance to residences, commercial and institutional structures. However, in the universe of rainwater goods, copper occupies only … Read more »

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Sustainability leads the way for 2011 North American copper in architecture awards

The Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul has been standing in Montreal’s luxurious Square Mile since 1931. At the time it was built, little or no consideration was given to the sustainability of the building materials. But when the … Read more »

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