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  • October 16, 2015

Hope’s® Steel Windows and Doors Provide Light and Function to an 1869 Brownstone

Hope’s® Steel Windows and Doors Provide Light and Function to an 1869 Brownstone

Hope’s® Steel Windows and Doors Provide Light and Function to an 1869 Brownstone 630 473 Hope's® Windows, Inc.

Hopes_NYC_drawingThe September 2015 issue of Interior Design features a beautifully transformed Manhattan brownstone with Hope’s steel windows and doors.

Hope’s Landmark175™ Series steel windows and doors provided the desired aesthetic for the rear addition, as well as all the benefits of traditional solid hot-rolled steel windows and doors with the added performance of our innovative Thermal Evolution™ technology. A matching non-thermal pair of doors and sidelites on the interior complete the look.

“For each level, he designed a window so large that it basically amounts to a glass wall,” writes Michael Lassell of celebrated design-consultant Mark Zeff who headed the transformation. “The iron [sic] frames have a retro commercial feel, harking back, he says, to the 1920’s, and the ensemble functions beautifully to brighten the rooms.”

For an in-depth look into the renovation of this landmark home as well as online exclusive photography of the finished project, see Mark Zeff Gives New Life to a 19th-Century Town House.

Hope's doors and windows with Thermal Evolution™ technology being installed during the extensive renovation.

Hope’s doors and windows with Thermal Evolution™ technology being installed following construction of a 4′ addition to the rear of the historic West Village row house during an extensive 3-year renovation.


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