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This newly-designed classical home in Wisconsin features thoughtfully-placed windows that highlight the surrounding wooded landscape.
Our editors highlight multiple articles on windows, from wood windows to restoring bronze and steel windows, even stock options. Read on to learn more.
Steel windows set a new pace for fenestration in the early 20th century, propelling a quantum leap in glass and the essence of major architectural styles that are still sought after today.
From Noise reduction to UV-ray protection to historic replication to smart technologies, these window manufacturers offer new solutions to specifying windows.
In this video, learn how Pilkington has recently expanded their technology into the North American market by introducing the world's first commercially available vacuum glazing, Pilkington Spacia.
Regardless of its traditional style, the front door, the signature of the home’s architecture, is designed to make a grand entrance.
Custom wood windows can be manufactured in unlimited styles, shapes, sizes and wood species and architects today aren’t inhibited in their designs. But when it comes to stock and stock-manufactured windows, what are the constraints?
Every effort should be made to preserve historic wood windows when rehabilitating and/or renovating historic buildings, rather than replace them.
Learn more about classic working shutter hardware, both historic and updated, and the window construction issues they’re designed to address.