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Urban concrete floor home office photo in Seattle

Quantum Windows & Doors | FINNE Architects | Gordon Gibson ConstructionIndustrial Home Office, Seattle

This California art and exercise studio located near the Pacific Ocean incorporates Quantum’s custom wood Signature Series windows and Lift & Slide doors. The architect called for Clear Vertical Grain (CVG) Douglas Fir throughout the project with Ironwood Sills used on the Lift & Slide doors. Sequential angled windows with sandblasted, or obscure, glass allow for natural lighting to enter indoors, yet add ventilation, security, and privacy for its inhabitants. Steel reinforced mullions satisfy the need for structural integrity. Inside the studio are found interior hanging panels with sandblasted glass sliding along an overhead track system. These panels allow for the building’s interior to be partitioned off into two distinct spaces. Leading to the exterior are bypass pocketing Lift & Slide doors complete with screens. To further enhance security no flush pulls were installed on the exterior of the door panels.

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saed hares windows wrote:Mar 11, 2013
  • PRO
    Quantum Windows & Doors
    These interior hanging panels with sandblasted glass slide along an overhead track system, allowing for the building’s interior to be partitioned off into two distinct spaces.

    As far as price goes, $800 - $1000 per ln ft, dependent on final specs.
  • PRO
    Custom Doors

    Borano Doors, Inc. in Miami, FL. Visit our website at www.borano.com or e-mail me at claudia@borano.com. We specialize in custom mahogany wood doors, windows, and IPE wood cladding.


sammarthaler wrote:Apr 8, 2014
Where did you get the chairs?

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    Quantum Windows & Doors
    For information on the chairs, please contact the architect on this project: Nils Finne of FINNE Architects (www.finne.com) and if he does not know, he may be able to direct you to the interior designer? Good Luck!
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