Architectural preservation includes preserving the history of architectural practice and design. This includes documenting the principles of the time: development patterns, craftsmanship and construction practices, and exterior and interior design trends. Buildings often change over time, adapting to the needs of the ever changing world. And while the historic integrity of a building is important, it is also pertinent to preserve the history surrounding the building itself. Documentations of value include architectural plans, artist renderings, interior and exterior photographs and other ephemera that capture the trends, social climate and character of a building throughout its life . Our archival work ensures that these important aspects of our built environment are retained.