Grabill Windows & Doors / Abramson Teiger Project features Luxury Bronze Clad Windows and Doors

Just a few blocks off the California coast, rests a masterfully designed residence that is casual luxury at its finest. This breathtaking home is clean lined and inviting with its abundance of glass and extraordinary views.
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Luxury Residence featuring custom bronze clad windows and doors.
Luxury Residence featuring custom bronze clad windows and doors.
ALMONT, Mich. - Aug. 6, 2014 - PRLog -- Grabill Windows and Doors collaborated with Abramson Teiger Architects, to create an exquisite modern residence just off the Pacific Coast.  This exclusive golf course home is nestled in the mountains overlooking the Santa Monica Canyon and Riviera Country Club.  David Pascu, lead architect on the project, used the clients desires and dreams to respond to the site with a formal language and appropriate pallette of materials.  Grabill was then contacted to fabricate American black walnut and bronze clad lift and slide, pocketing and bifolding doors, as well as a variety of unique window configurations.  With the clients request for a stylistically modern home, the windows and doors needed to have narrow sitelines and large expanse glass.  The cleverly incorporated motorized awning windows in the clerestory, are both a great source of light and useful way to capture the ocean breeze from an otherwise inaccessible area. With no visible hardware, the space is complimented by decorative lighting that provides a warm glow over the interior sky bridge.  The entry pivot door is a towering 11 ft. tall and expands 7 ft. wide.  This vertical plank door, includes magnetic locks at the head and sill and a custom bronze pull that is as monumental as the door itself.  The stunning residence blends harmoniously with its surroundings and will be a timeless treasure in this city by the coast.

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Photo Credit: Roger Davies Photography


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