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Georgetown Door Grille


Job:    Exterior  Architectural Commission

Date:  November  2003

Site:    Georgetown, Washington DC

Overview:  The client lives about two blocks from the National Cathedral (a stunning example of gothic architecture) and wanted a front door grille that would look “as though it had come from the cathedral.” The grille was designed and built to achieve that effect – utilizing collaring, square punching, scrolling, etc. While the grille weighs close to 300lbs, it is well-balanced and remarkably easy to open and close.

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