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In an article titled “The Art of Conservation,” Interiors Magazine profiles a 1754 cottage, now turned home, that was once a hub for midcentury artists in the Hamptons area. The home, among other artwork, features a two-wall mural painted in 1950 by midcentury architect and designer Le Corbusier.
There were many challenges that came along with restoring this home while keeping its history intact, and the article notes that updates for sustainability included “replacing the original hand-blown glass with double-paned Marvin windows designed to mimic the originals.”
Read more in Interiors Magazine.
In an article titled “Through the Looking Glass,” new lifestyle publication New England Living explores considerations for bringing the outdoors in using Marvin’s scenic doors. Local architects weigh in on what to look for and what to think about when selecting a door to best fit your home or your project’s needs, and how to make your door stand out with design accents like darker door sashes and muntons, or offset trim and casing that matches the home’s general paint scheme.
Read more in New England Living.
Many months in the making, This Old House Magazine reveals the completed Arlington House project, with over 50 Marvin windows and doors bringing this Arts & Crafts house back into this century.
See the transformation in This Old House Magazine.
According to Victorian Homes Magazine, the porch is the welcome mat where family members gather after dinner or lunch to relax, and the windows are the eyes of the soul. Long, floor-to-ceiling lengths of glass let sunlight inside and allow those indoors to view the landscape. This article addresses the unique challenges that come with replacing windows in historic homes, including five essential tips for remodeling a Victorian home from Chick McBrien, CSI, CDT and Regional Manager of Architectural for Marvin Windows and doors.
Read more in Victorian Homes.
In a CFO Magazine article titled “Gearing Up for a Manufacturing Revival,” author Russ Banham explores the state of manufacturing today, and how efficiency and productivity enhancements offered to manufacturers by such remarkable technologies as robotics, 3-D printing, and smart factory equipment embedded with semiconductors and sensors is improving the industrial outlook.
Marvin Windows and Doors’ CFO and Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Jim Macaulay, weighs in on what the company is doing to improve productivity, enable better processes and embrace technology to fuel innovation.
Read more in CFO Magazine.