Portfolio Category: Historic

Historical Replication of Bronze Doors

Indiana War Memorial – Indianapolis, IN The Indiana War Memorial is a National Historic Landmark. In order to bring the iconic Neoclassical building into compliance with current fire codes and ADA accessibility requirements, Hope’s custom-built new Empire Bronze™ Jamestown175™ Series doors

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Steel Windows for Environmental & Historic Preservation

The Church of the Redeemer, Parish House – Morristown, NJ The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Morristown, New Jersey entered the GreenFaith Certification Program and implemented a rigorous set of environmental stewardship measures aimed at improving the church’s use of and relationship to

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Mid-century park pavilion restored with Hope’s historic replacement windows

Steel Windows for Mid-Century Modern Restoration

Vincent Massey Park – Ontario, Canada The pavilions, refreshment stand and bus shelter at Vincent Massey Park in Ottawa, Ontario are highly acclaimed mid-century modernist masterworks, receiving the prestigious Massey Award for Architecture in 1958 and the Ottawa Architectural Conservation

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Valparaiso University – Indiana

Chapel of the Resurrection – Valparaiso, IN The Chapel of the Resurrection at Valparaiso University in Indiana underwent an extensive restoration project that included the replacement of nearly 1,000 individual windows. Hope’s Jamestown175™ Series customized, steel windows are emblematic of our corporate philosophy–where time-tested materials

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Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters Corporate Campus – Philadelphia, PA A dilapidated Navy shipyard in Philadelphia was transformed into a sprawling corporate campus for Urban Outfitters. The 100+ year old complex was thoroughly modernized and updated while maintaining a sense of history, a

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Historic Custom House – Shanghai

Hope’s 1926 catalog features an addendum detailing a contract for “the whole of the solid bronze and steel windows” for the Custom House in Shanghai, China. Nearly 90 years later, these same bronze windows are still in use and in

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