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Tips for Historical Renovations, Watercolor Rendering, and Decoding Architecture

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Tips for Historical Renovations, Watercolor Rendering, and Decoding Architecture

Ana Borden, founder and principal of AMB2 Architecture, shares her tips for historical renovations, how to spot pandemics and labor shortages in older design, and unique rendering techniques. 


By Annie Cebulski January 29, 2021
Women at WIRC Ana Borden AMB2 Architecture

Our guest today is Ana Borden, the founder and principal of AMB2 Architecture. A daughter of two immigrants, Ana always loved design and drawing. She has now found her niche in historic renovations, especially the complex restorations and retrofits required of the architecture-rich New Orleans. We’ll learn how she chooses the right materials, the historical secrets architecture can tell, and how she uses watercolor painting as a design tool.

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