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Brooklyn – An Architect’s Delight.

 

Fort Greene, known for its many tree-lined streets and elegant low-rise housing, is a New York City designated Historic District. Restoring and renovating any building in this area requires deep rooted knowledge to ensure historical proportions and materials are utilized.

When a circa 1892 historic brownstone was undergoing restoration, our team of craftsmen was brought in. Each room with its high ceilings, wide, tall windows and warm wood floors, required classic perforated metal grilles to accent the finely detailed wood radiator enclosures.

Brooklyn – An Architect’s Delight.

AT A GLANCE
TYPE: Perforated Grille
STYLE: AAG703 Maltese
DETAIL: Wood Moulding
MATERIAL: Aluminum
FINISH: Powder Coated

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