Category Archives: Commercial Entrances

Reconstruction of Iconic Wrought Iron Gates in Multiple Metals.

The historic and iconic 1886 Dakota building in New York City has been home to many celebrities over the years, most famously John Lennon, who was gunned down on the sidewalk at its south entrance. This entrance is a long … Continue reading

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Art Deco Entrance Restored and Upgraded

Built in 1928, this Art Deco commercial entrance had never been maintained, never mind restored. That made the job of F2 Industries, Inc., of Sycamore, Illinois that much easier, in a way, because they were starting almost from scratch. They … Continue reading

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Sleuthing Lost Architectural Details for Historic Downtown Theater

Designed by native Texas architect Alfred C. Finn and built in 1925, The Simon Theater had seen many changes and alterations in the interim. The goal of a recent restoration was to return the facade and street level interior spaces … Continue reading

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