House of the Year [1997] | Port Orchard, WA

MAGAZINE FEATURES | COUNTRY LIVING – HOUSE OF THE YEAR [1997]

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PHOTOGRAPHY:  ROGER TURK (NORTHLIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY), EXTERIOR, RESIDENTIAL

PHOTOGRAPHY: ROGER TURK (NORTHLIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY), EXTERIOR, RESIDENTIAL

COLUMN DESIGN NUMBERDesign #108

COLUMN DESIGN:  Authentic Replication wood columns.  Octagonal, plain, tapered column shafts with Roman Doric capitals and Ionic (Attic) base moldings / plinths.

COLUMN MATERIAL:  Paint-Grade Wood

COLUMN SIZE:  8″ x 6′-05″

PROJECT LOCATION:  Port Orchard, Washington

PROJECT COMMENTS:  Country Living Magazine featured (4) of Chadsworth’s Authentic Replication (Architectural) wood columns for the House of the Year in Port Orchard, Washington.  The shafts were octagonal, plain, tapered with Roman Doric capitals and Ionic (Attic) bases.

 

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Builder / Architect – Calleiro Brothers, Inc. | McDonough, GA

MAGAZINE FEATURES | BUILDER / ARCHITECT – CALLEIRO BROTHERS

PHOTOGRAPHY:  DANIEL HENNINGER - COURTESY OF CALLEIRO BROTHERS

PHOTOGRAPHY: DANIEL HENNINGER – COURTESY OF CALLEIRO BROTHERS

COLUMN DESIGN NUMBERDesign #360

COLUMN DESIGN:  Classic Builder Grade wood columns with Tuscan capitals and Tuscan base moldings / plinths.

COLUMN MATERIAL:  Finger-Jointed Wood.

COLUMN SIZE:  10″ x 8′

PROJECT LOCATION:  McDonough, Georgia

PROJECT COMMENTS:  Featured in Builder / Architect Magazine, this residential project features (2) Classic Tuscan finger-jointed wood columns.  They serve as room dividers between the dining room and foyer.  The columns were faux finished to look like marble.

 

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Country Living – Natural House [1999] | Milford, NH

MAGAZINE FEATURES | COUNTRY LIVING – NATURAL HOUSE [1999]

PHOTOGRAPHY:  JOHN BELLENIS PHOTOGRAPHY, EXTERIOR, MAGAZINE FEATURE

PHOTOGRAPHY: JOHN BELLENIS PHOTOGRAPHY, EXTERIOR, MAGAZINE FEATURE

COLUMN DESIGN NUMBERDesign #200

COLUMN DESIGN:  PolyStone® Fiberglass Composite columns with Tuscan capitals and Tuscan base moldings / plinths.

COLUMN MATERIAL:  PolyStone® fiberglass composite.

COLUMN SIZE:  10″ x 8′  |  12″ x 10′

PROJECT LOCATION:  Milford, New Hampshire

PROJECT COMMENTS:  Chadsworth’s columns were utilized for the exterior of a home featured in Country Living Magazine.  The columns help make up a pergola structure at the front of the home.  In total, (13) of Chadsworth’s award-winning PolyStone® columns were used for this project.

 

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Historical Concepts’ Jim Strickland Selects Chadsworth Columns as “Architects’ Choice” in Residential Architect Magazine

Residential Architect Magazine is known for producing quality monthly issues, and their online counterpart, www.residentialarchitect.com, is equally esteemed.  Once a year, Residential Architect systematically selects first-rate architects to be spotlighted in the section, Architects’ Choice.  This highly anticipated article, featured in the July/August issue, is comprised of architects who produce superior work and have a commitment to exploring new materials and products.  They offer their insight on the industry’s top-level products and the companies which produce them.

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Award-winning architect, James L. Strickland, President & Founder of Historical Concepts (www.historicalconcepts.com) emphasizes the value and excellence of Chadsworth’s products.  It seems that success has a tendency to follow Mr. Strickland, as he and his company were the recipient of the 2010 Arthur Ross Award for the Architecture category.  A superior architect knows superior products, and that is why Chadsworth is grateful to Mr. Strickland for his recognition of Chadsworth’s products.

“When columns are done right, nothing expresses the interrelationship between function, form, and beauty more elegantly,” Strickland says. Chadsworth, he adds, understands the correct cannons of proportion.

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Historical Concepts
Jim Strickland Peachtree City, Ga.
www.historicalconcepts.com