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Traditional means refined elegance

Classically inspired design seeks to present historic precedence and traditional architectural values in a fresh and evocative way. Context is paramount while anticipating and accommodating modern living. Subtle layers of nuance and detail engage the eye and embellish the way spaces are experienced.

Our handcrafted fenestration reflects and enhances these nuances in a way that truly speaks the language of the architecture of which they are a part. As we incorporate exquisitely finished hardwoods with intricate glasswork and hardware accents, we seek to replicate the elegance and dignity of the past while also ensuring modern performance into the future.

Our commitment to historical accuracy and meticulous craftsmanship over the decades offers design flexibility in multiple areas of authentic detailing:

  • Authentic weight and chain windows
  • Double hung and triple hung windows
  • Narrow profile TDL and SDL options
  • Raised panels and bolection moldings
  • Lead glass overlay
  • Restoration glass
  • Cremone bolt hardware
  • Custom profiled glazing stops, brick molds, sills etc.
  • Hardware accents in antique brass, pewter, or bronze patina
  • Mahogany, walnut, oak and exotic hardwoods with custom finishes
  • Thermally broken bronze, steel and aluminum traditional windows and doors
  • Historic replication windows and doors for landmark projects

Project Stories

Traditional wood true divided lite windows in hallway

Indian Creek Residence: Grace and elegance under the Texas sun

Turner|Boaz Architecture

Location: Fort Worth, TX
Architect: Turner|Boaz Architecture, Dallas, Texas  |  Builder: Rick Yuill Builders, Forth Worth, Texas

With expansive views of the Shady Oaks Golf Course in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas, this residence is a graceful blend of traditional and modern design. It is both timeless and welcoming.

In an effort to embrace its environment, the building was carefully positioned on the re-excavated property to achieve an appropriate elevation so that both views and breezes could be maximized. Arranged around a series of courtyards, the fenestration of the structure embraces the open tranquility of the golf course while also allowing interior spaces to be filled with light and ventilation. Graced by shaded loggias, the courtyards present a series of cooling water gardens and pools, open fire pits and fire places, as well as enticing seating arrangements for relaxation, outdoor dining, evening cocktails and entertainment.

Brooklyn rowhouse with a modern window update

Brooklyn Rowhouse with A Modern Update

Dynamic Fenestration
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Although rowhouses have been popular as single-family dwellings since the late 18th century and have brought architectural uniformity to city living, this particular home was bought by a young family in 2014, gutted and then customized to become their own unique expression of urban living.
Shingle Style Home by Austin Patterson Disston Architects

Rye Residence: Shingle style home overlooking Long Island Sound

Dynamic Fenestration
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This timeless colonial Shingle style home is situated in Rye, New York on a rocky ridge with spectacular views over the water. The home’s classic design achieves a delicate balance of subtlety and grand presence through finely wrought details.
Modern Windows

Indian Creek Residence: Grace and elegance under the Texas sun

Dynamic Fenestration
|
With expansive views of the Shady Oaks Golf Course in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas, this residence is a graceful blend of traditional and modern design. It is both timeless and welcoming.
Traditional Windows

Noroton Harbor Residence: Shingle style home with harbor view

Dynamic Fenestration
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This Shingle style house recalls the relaxed and gracious sentiment of early 20th century seaside life. According to architect McKee (Mac) Patterson, the design is timeless, generous, but deliberately understated.
Traditional Windows

Stonehedge Farmhouse: New England manor in cedar and stone

Dynamic Fenestration
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This grand farmhouse in Eastern Massachusetts is located on 11 acres of open agricultural land with expansive views of fields and paddocks.
Brooklyn rowhouse with a modern window update

Brooklyn Rowhouse with A Modern Update

Dynamic Fenestration
|
Although rowhouses have been popular as single-family dwellings since the late 18th century and have brought architectural uniformity to city living, this particular home was bought by a young family in 2014, gutted and then customized to become their own unique expression of urban living.
Shingle Style Home by Austin Patterson Disston Architects

Rye Residence: Shingle style home overlooking Long Island Sound

Dynamic Fenestration
|
This timeless colonial Shingle style home is situated in Rye, New York on a rocky ridge with spectacular views over the water. The home’s classic design achieves a delicate balance of subtlety and grand presence through finely wrought details.
Modern Windows

Indian Creek Residence: Grace and elegance under the Texas sun

Dynamic Fenestration
|
With expansive views of the Shady Oaks Golf Course in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas, this residence is a graceful blend of traditional and modern design. It is both timeless and welcoming.
Traditional Windows

Noroton Harbor Residence: Shingle style home with harbor view

Dynamic Fenestration
|
This Shingle style house recalls the relaxed and gracious sentiment of early 20th century seaside life. According to architect McKee (Mac) Patterson, the design is timeless, generous, but deliberately understated.
Traditional Windows

Stonehedge Farmhouse: New England manor in cedar and stone

Dynamic Fenestration
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This grand farmhouse in Eastern Massachusetts is located on 11 acres of open agricultural land with expansive views of fields and paddocks.

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