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dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
the late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision to convert the building back to single family residence for their young family. The design
are seamlessly integrated throughout and include renewable materials, high-efficiency mechanicals and thermal envelope, restored original mahogany windows with new high-performance low-E glass, and a green roof.
The new windows on this facade were replaced as part of a historic renovation and all of the windows were custom replications of the original windows from the late 1800s, but with modern improvements such as double pane glass. The custom window fabrication was by Salb Sash & Door
allee architecture + design, llc
Southern CT Beach Home
entry. As the home is meant for summer use only, the walls are uninsulated, and the architect resisted the urge to use energy-efficient windows, preferring single-pane glass. “It’s in keeping with the historic cottage look,” says Allee. To build the necessary foundation, the house was lifted off the ground
cient windows, preferring single-pane glass. “It’s in keeping with the historic cottage look,” says Allee. To build the necessary foundation, the house was lifted off the ground by a house-moving company while the concrete was poured and formed, then the home was lowered and attached.Windows: Brosco
Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
I love the small diamond windows on the sleeping porch. Are those the old single pane or custom-made double pane?
Windows, materials, color and specifics..please provide.
What do the windows look like on the inside? I am thinking
thinking of replacement windows for a traditional house. I currently have dark wood trim, double hung windows.
Would you know the dimensions of window to left of front door
Mariettagirl, here is a great picture of these windows as seen from the interior: ...
Window are all modified stock windows - from Eagle (no longer in business, bought out by Andersen I think) All are double pane insulating glass - with "adhered" muntins on
on both sides - what they call SDL. Marvin does the best job of making diagonal pane windows in my opinion.
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Did you put a UV protective coating. My windows will be mainly north facing or east where we have a covered porch, Just wonder if it's worth the extra
Lowees, it sounds like your new triple pane windows will probably be good enough. I have never encountered anything resembling a standard when it comes to UV protection. The manufacturer of the windows should have detailed performance numbers for the particular windows you are purchasing. Never assume unless
and they did have some, just not enough to make a difference. Most dual pane windows will block about 30-40% of the UV. Low E windows have a bigger range in the 35-99% with most of them I see in the 40-50% range. Triple pane should be 50-99% but again that is a wide range depending upon the types of
Michael McKinley and Associates, LLC
Watch Hill Oceanfront Residence
Love the windows. What is the width and height of the windows?
who makes these windows and are the grids between the glass?
The windows are Marvin Ultimate, simulated divided light with spacer bar so it appears to be a true divided light window.
love the windows. Don't need one in the peak
little panes then clear view below
Top of windows above eave
Double- and single-hung windows... An aspect of the double-hung window is the screen location on the exterior face. While not being on the inside is nice, having it on the outside effectively hides the window design, esp when full screens are used. The cost of a double-hung window can vary from less than
Double- and single-hung windowsThe double-hung window, along with its cousin the single-hung window, is just about the most common window there is. As its name implies, the window is made of two independent sashes that are hung in a frame. The sashes, one at the bottom and one at the top, can slide
Nice job! what is the ledge under the bottom windows?
and 8' of bbq area. One side of the house I am concerned about. It is 16'. It will have an outdoor wood burning fireplace (7') with a window on each side(each window 29'x49"). The back of the pool house and other side I am not to concerned about as they will face a fence. I really appreciate your thoughts
woodwork, i.e. columns, deep eaves with brackets. For instance, you could think of the corners of the structure as brick which then frame the doors and windows you mentioned that are embellished with architectural woodwork, all having a symmetrical arrangement.
At first glance you might consider this house Georgian, but take a closer look at the fenestration. Commonly on colonial revivals, the lower-level windows are grouped rather than spaced apart like the upper-floor windows. The double-hung windows have divided panes, or
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
What are modern window treatment ideas and designs?
but why have opening windows at the bottom with no return ventilation on top? The design is flawed unless the purpose of no vents at the top is to make an oven. Design this with openings at the top at two sides of the room, and it will be functional.
We are looking for a window like this
are looking for a window unit with a large upper fixed lite and small lower awning lite to be used as south-facing passive solar units. Do you know who might make such a window?
decorative style there are plenty of window treatments to choose from. You may prefer valances that only cover the top of the windows, or you may prefer long drapery in modern panels. Motorized window screens are also an option, and are very modern. Here are a few modern window treatment idea books to give
David Edrington, Architect
The exterior walls are western red Cedar shingles above a stucco wainscot, with aluminum clad wood windows and a composition roof.
do you know the manufacturer of the windows on this house ?
shakes with white window frames and dark trim
Upper part of window split 1/3 to 2/3's. So better view
White windows, dark trim - exterior.
Trim around windows is a color and windows are white
White vinyl casement windows w/ dark frame and darker wainscoting w/ trim. Two panes on top
white windows with dark trim exterior
casement windows in a craftsman style house.
single bar on top, DONT like this
dark brown trim with white window casings
Don't like diff between window and window trim