Making the old become new

November 26, 2007|By Photos by Amy Davis | Photos by Amy Davis,Sun photographer

Thomas Brown is a fan of the tried and true. His goal is to outfit his architectural millwork shop in Remington with no equipment made after the 1930s. That, he says, was the point at which beauty in design vanished from manufacturing. Brown says, "If we don't custom-make new work to the exact shape and forms of the old work, something modern would be substituted, and the information would be lost," he says.

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