In-depth reports examining the materials and techniques involved with the fabrication, specification and restoration of traditional columns and capitals for traditional and historic buildings.
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Classical traditions brought to life.
Embedded in the language of classical architecture are diverse alignments with nature—explicit and implied.
Useful guiding principles for impactful moldings.
Cast stone, a faux material, has a long-standing history in the built environment.
Beyond their practical use in covering intersections, classical moldings are fundamental to describing structural logic—based on a language that can be learned.
Scagliola is a venerable technique that has plaster posing as marble.
The intricate finishing touch enclosing countless column-filled porches.
Column manufacturers can aid architects and contractors in specifying columns in a wide variety of styles.
A closer look at the current materials and construction methods for basic, non-metal building columns.
Supplier of centuries-old, river-recovered, reclaimed harvested wood: for flooring, stair parts, millwork; solid or engineered, finished or unfinished.