Oakland Christian Church | Sterling Heights, MI

RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS | OAKLAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF:  DAIEK WOODWORKS, EXTERIOR, COMMERCIAL, CHURCHES

PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF: DAIEK WOODWORKS, EXTERIOR, COMMERCIAL, CHURCHES

COLUMN DESIGN NUMBER:  Design #132

COLUMN DESIGN:  Authentic Replication Wood column shafts. Scamozzi capitals and Ionic (Attic) base moldings / plinths.

 

COLUMN MATERIAL:  Stain-Grade, Quarter-Sawn White Oak

 

COLUMN SIZE:  16″ x 10′

PROJECT LOCATION:  Sterling Heights, Michigan

 

PROJECT COMMENTS:  The Oakland Christian Church in Sterling Heights, Michigan features (4) of Chadsworth’s Authentic Replication wood colossal columns with Scamozzi capitals and Ionic (Attic) base moldings / plinths.  These columns were split for reassembly to go around existing, load-bearing posts.

 

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The Brownstone | Patterson, NJ

RENOVATION PROJECTS | THE BROWNSTONE

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PHOTOGRAPHY:  JOHN AGNELLO PHOTOGRAPHY, COMMERCIAL, EXTERIOR

PHOTOGRAPHY: JOHN AGNELLO PHOTOGRAPHY, COMMERCIAL, EXTERIOR

COLUMN DESIGN NUMBERDesign #220

COLUMN DESIGN:  PolyStone® Composite Columns.  Roman Corinthian capitals & Ionic (Attic) base moldings / plinths.

 

COLUMN MATERIAL:  PolyStone® fiberglass composite.

 

COLUMN SIZE:  8″ x 8′

PROJECT LOCATION:  Patterson, New Jersey

 

PROJECT COMMENTS:  The Brownstone is a historic landmark that has been around since the early 1800’s.  They hold many yearly events, which is encompassed by their beautiful landscape.  When they renovated their courtyard area, Chadsworth was chosen to provide (14) exterior PolyStone® columns for their colonnade.  The columns are made from our award-winning composite material, and consist of Roman Corinthian capitals and Ionic (Attic) base moldings / plinths.

 

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Private Residence | Chestnut Hill, MA

PRIVATE DWELLINGS | CHESTNUT HILL, MA

PHOTOGRAPHY:  PETER LABAU, ARCHITECT - CLASSIC RESTORATIONS

PHOTOGRAPHY: PETER LABAU, ARCHITECT – CLASSIC RESTORATIONS

COLUMN DESIGN NUMBERDesign #121

COLUMN DESIGN:  Architectural wood, fluted, round, tapered Roman Corinthian columns.

 

COLUMN MATERIAL:  Paint-grade, finger-jointed lumber

 

COLUMN SIZE:  12″ x 7′-10-1/4″  |  10″ x 7′-10-1/4″

PROJECT LOCATION:  Chestnut Hill, MA

 

PROJECT COMMENTS:  Chadsworth’s 1-800-COLUMNS provided (2) – 12″ x 7′-10-1/4″ fluted, round Roman Corinthian wood columns as well as (6) – 10″ x 7′-10-1/4″ Roman Corinthian wood pilasters for a private residence in Massachusetts.  The pilasters have a custom base and the round columns have Ionic (Attic) base moldings / plinths.

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Chadsworth Columns Used for the Louise S. McGehee School for Girls

2344 St. Charles Avenue — New Orleans, Louisiana

 

Architect: Jahncke Architects Inc.

Contractor: Crane Builders of New Orleans

 

 

“Restoration: the process of returning, as nearly as possible, an existing building to its condition at a particular time in history.  The work may include removing later additions, making hidden repairs and replacing missing details.”                 — Bruce Eggler

 

The Louise S. McGehee School for Girls was established in 1912.  Almost a century later, Crane Builders, through the direction of Jahncke Architects, was set to the task of restoring the columns on the front of this beautiful historic masterpiece.  Chadsworth was selected to replicate the orginal columns on the structure– columns which would not only pass rigid historical guidelines, but in a synthetic material that would endure many more centuries to come.

 

Using a filament-wound process, Chadsworth fabricated 18 columns for the school.  10 Ionic (Roman) columns with fluted (Ionic) shafts and Ionic (attic) bases and 8 Corinthian (Roman) columns with fluted (Ionic) shafts with Ionic (attic) bases – all approximately 14″ tapering to 12″ x 14′.

 

This project was honored by the New Orleans Historic District Commission with an award in restoration.

 

 

 

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