300 Years, One Congregation, Three Buildings, Four Distinguished Architects

John G. Waite, FAIA, and Doug Bucher of John G. Waite Associates, Architects, PLLC will present a lecture on the architectural and artistic history and legacy of St. Peter’s Church. John G. Waite has over 40 years experience in planning for and overseeing the restoration of adaptive use of historic buildings, as well as the design of new structures within historic contexts. He is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects and the Association for Preservation Technology International and received APT’s Harley J. McKee Award for outstanding contributions in the field of preservation technology. Douglas Bucher is a restoration specialist and building conservator with over thirty years of experience in scientific analysis of historic paint colors and finishes, and the restoration and recreation of historic decorative schemes. He directed the restoration of interiors as diverse as Tweed Courthouse in New York City and the recreated Oval Office at the Truman Library. FREE with museum admission.


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