a structure with exactly the same lumber dimensions and using
old materials where possible, making it as true to the original
as possible. May involve removing materials from later periods
to make the property look the way it did during a significant
period of its history.
a home, but with more freedome to use new materials t omake
a feature look historic, although on close examination it may
not be the same as it was.
a historic building but using it for something other than its
original use, such as converting camp houses to resort units
or an old home into an office complex.
Restorers Put New Twist On Old
by Jan TenBruggencate, Honolulu Advertiser,
April 12, 2003
A small cadre of Hawai'i folks specializes
in recycling old buildings; shoring them, restoring them, and
when necessary, moving them. Kikiaola Construction's Mike Faye
shows off an old Kekaha Sugar Co. camp house he plans to renovate.
Faye said he's been interested in remodeling old houses ...