This panel was designed for installation into an exterior arched window at the end of a hallway leading from the main area of the home into the master bedroom. One of the functional goals of this piece was to support …
Category: Windows and Doors
This 44″x 55″ triptych includes a custom built walnut frame to hold the three vertical panes. The abstract design plays with our expectations about form as the colors shift through different hues for each pane. The triptych’s original window frame.
This interesting combination of Victorian and contemporary design elements was commissioned by a couple with a particular love of cattails.
I created this large 28″ x 60″ window for the entry door of a remote cabin on Pender Island, BC. The couple I designed it for were beginning careers in Midwifery and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
A homeowner in Vancouver commissioned this set of windows for a major home renovation. The 12″ x 36″ transom window bears the home’s street number, and complements the Magnolias design of the large 60″ x 28″ main window.
This lead came design was made for a 1900-era home in Vancouver, BC. The client also requested that I construct the wooden window frame itself, given the dimensions of the rough opening.
This unique project involved modifying a pair of damaged antique lead came windows. The two 3-pane windows were salvaged and combined to create a single 4-pane window.
This pair of entryway windows features a traditional tulip motif in colors chosen specifically by the client, a realtor in the Kerrisdale neighborhood of Vancouver.
I designed this exterior transom window for a 1910 heritage home.
I designed this celtic knot for a diamond shaped window in the front door of a character home in the heart of Vancouver’s Commercial Drive neighborhood.
I adapted this Victorian design for a set of custom fir french doors built by Rainwood Contracting.
This window was my first attempt at stained glass design. I had the pleasure of learning the art of stained glass making from Vancouver artist Ken Tomilson, whom I commissioned to build this piece to my specifications.