The Washington Design Center | Washington, D.C.

DESIGNER SHOWHOUSES | THE WASHINGTON DESIGN CENTER

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PHOTOGRAPHY:  GORDON BEALL, INTERIOR, COMMERCIAL, SHOWHOUSE

PHOTOGRAPHY: GORDON BEALL, INTERIOR, COMMERCIAL, SHOWHOUSE

COLUMN DESIGN NUMBERDesign #201

COLUMN DESIGN:  PolyStone® Fiberglass Composite fluted, round, tapered columns.  Tuscan capitals and Tuscan base moldings / plinths.

COLUMN MATERIAL:  PolyStone® Fiberglass Composite.

COLUMN SIZE:  12″ x 8′

PROJECT LOCATION:  Washington, D.C.

PROJECT COMMENTS:  The Washington Design Center in our nation’s capital features fluted, Tuscan PolyStone® composite columns.  The columns were faux-finished to look like a marble texture.  This project was spearheaded by the renowned designer, Mary Douglas Drysdale.

 

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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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Clayton State College | Atlanta, GA

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS | CLAYTON STATE COLLEGE

PHOTOGRAPHY:  MICHAEL MCKELVEY, COMMERCIAL, INTERIOR PROJECTS

PHOTOGRAPHY: MICHAEL MCKELVEY, COMMERCIAL, INTERIOR PROJECTS

COLUMN DESIGN NUMBERDesign #120

COLUMN DESIGN:  Authentic Replication wood columns.  Roman Corinthian capitals and Ionic (Attic) base moldings / plinths.

COLUMN MATERIAL:  Pine.

COLUMN SIZE:  24″ x 19′-11″

PROJECT LOCATION:  Atlanta, Georgia

PROJECT COMMENTS:  The interior of Clayton State College features large, colossal style Authentic wood pilaster columns (split in half), with Roman Corinthian capitals and Attic bases.  During this project, (4) of Chadsworth’s Pine columns were utilized, along with (10) of our Roman Corinthian capitals.  The pilaster shafts were faux-finished to look like marble, and the capitals were painted in a gold color.

 

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University of Northern Iowa | Cedar Rapids, IA

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS | UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA

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PHOTOGRAPHY:  JEFF MARTIN, COMMERCIAL, INTERIOR, UNIVERSITIES

PHOTOGRAPHY: JEFF MARTIN, COMMERCIAL, INTERIOR, UNIVERSITIES

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′

PROJECT LOCATION:  Cedar Rapids, Iowa

PROJECT COMMENTS:  Chadsworth Columns provided (2) Tuscan PolyStone® composite columns for a waiting area inside of the University of Northern Iowa.  the columns were faux finished to look like marble.

 

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The National Guard Headquarters | Washington, D.C.

GOVERNMENT AMENITIES | NATIONAL GUARD HEADQUARTERS

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PHOTOGRAPHY:  RON HAISFIELD, COMMERCIAL, INTERIOR, GOVERNMENT

PHOTOGRAPHY: RON HAISFIELD, COMMERCIAL, INTERIOR, GOVERNMENT

COLUMN DESIGN NUMBER:  Design #108

COLUMN DESIGN:  Authentic Replication (Architectural) wood columns.  Roman Doric capitals and Ionic (Attic) base moldings / plinths.

COLUMN MATERIAL:  Finger-Jointed Pine

COLUMN SIZE:  24″ x 20′

PROJECT LOCATION:  Washington, D.C.

PROJECT COMMENTS:  The United States National Guard continues to train tens of thousands of members, with the aim of protecting the United States and its citizens from disasters and threats.  If you have a chance to visit the National Guard Headquarters in Washington, D.C. – take a look at the large columns that are grouped around a statue.  The columns look like marble, but they are actually finger-jointed wood columns that were faux-finished to look like marble.

 

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