“BEYOND DEATH (AND TAXES) THERE ARE ABUNDANT GOOD REASONS TO PLAN. Yet, we as human beings are not naturally predisposed to planning. The economic benefits of planning ahead ought to be sufficient; however, coupled with staving off many emergencies, avoiding overwhelming operations costs, and being forced to make decisions based on the demands of short-term needs, there are a myriad incentives to plan ahead...” More.
“The Sacred and the Mundane: Revelation,” Walter Sedovic and Jill Gotthelf, Faith & Form, Vol XLVI:2, 2013.
“The Sacred and the Mundane: Healing,” Walter Sedovic and Jill Gotthelf, Faith & Form, Vol XLVI:1, 2013.
“It has been some time since sustainability advocates working within the realm of preservation were summarily cast off as “granola-eating, Birkenstock-wearing tree huggers” by their own colleagues. This issue of the Bulletin is proof that we as a profession have matured and that our notion of sustainable preservation has come of age…” More.
“Special Report: The Right Thing,” Walter Sedovic & Jill Gotthelf, Traditional Building, 21:3, June 2008
“What Replacement Windows Can’t Replace,” Walter Sedovic & Jill Gotthelf, APTI Bulletin, Association for Preservation Technology International. Special Issue on sustainability and preservation. v36:4, 2005.
“Helping Main Street Thrive,” Walter Sedovic, Traditional Building, 15:3, May/Jun 2002.
“Insulation Nation—At What Cost Do We Insulate Historic Sites That Never Were?” Walter Sedovic, Common Bond, New York Landmarks Conservancy. 15:1, Spring 1999.
“The Effects of Vibration on Historic Buildings,” Walter Sedovic, APTI Bulletin, Association for Preservation Technology International. v16:3/4, 1984.