The interior character of a historic building should be respected when installing new systems. one with plaster on the walls and ceilings, such as a house, office building, hotel or apartment building—new systems and ductwork should be concealed in attics or basements, or placed in boxed soffits. a warehouse or factory—these features may be exposed.
For example, decorative ventilation grilles and switch plates may contribute to a building's significance as much as marble wainscoting or decorative stenciling.
Care must be taken during initial project design and periodic upgrades to avoid the incremental loss of integrity.
Following are four basic principles to keep in mind when upgrading systems in historic properties: During the initial design phase, preservation zones are defined within the individual preservation management plan, giving a hierarchy of significance to the building's spaces and features (i.e., primary, secondary, and tertiary spaces).
This build includes a single fix to enable the ability to update to Build 15063 from the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (Build 14393) on Windows phones.
UPDATE 3/23: We have released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15063 for PC to Windows Insiders in the Slow ring. Today we are excited to be releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15063 for PC and Mobile to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring.