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beveled glass stairway window with uncolored glass

This large formal ensemble of 3 arched lancets is shown being installed high above a stairway landing in our client's new house in Western Springs, IL. The windows will be visible from both the first and second floors and enjoyed by both residents and guests in the house.

The center window is 4' wide and 6' tall. It is built using materials and techniques so that attaching reinforcement bars across the panel for supplemental support or dividing the panel into smaller sections was not necessary for strength.

These windows are excellent examples of the rich effect that uncolored glass can have even on a cloudy day when used in the proper combination and amounts. In addition to the windows' gracious appearance they also obscure the view of the neighbor's nearby house.



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