OHJ is unique among house magaxines, because its writers never lose sight of their intended audience. It addresses people who love, own, deal with, restore, and use old buildings. It teaches respect, promotes awareness, informs, educates and guides those well-intentioned mortals to correct, tasteful, imaginative and viable solutions to the problems they face. And while their photography is excellent, they are much much more than a pretty pictures magazine. They find resources for materials and craftsmen, they introduce the past and demystify it to the caretakers of its remains. There is nothing superficial or silly about QHJ. It is serious reading that produces magic results. in the inspired preservation. conservation, and respectful reuse of what our past has left us..
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