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WoodLtdŽ Studio offers wide selection of interior and exterior doors, French patio doors, front entry doors, bi-fold doors, interior wood doors, sliding doors, garage doors and more. We manufacture custom stained glass doors and custom art glass doors, beveled glass and French doors custom designed. WoodLtdŽ Studio doors are made to order with the same attention and care we give our windows. The only difference? Every door and window comes standard with tempered glass for longevity and protection. Please click on any door below to see the large image.

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Triple insulated glass panels: our windows consist of a double or triple-thickness tempered and thick glass panel. The bevel glass panels use clear tempered glass on the inside, a beveled glass panel assembled using brass channel is in the middle of the glass unit, and obscure, tempered glass is on the outside. We can supply these glass panels with clear tempered glass on both sides (instead of the obscure glass) where privacy is not necessary

Double insulated glass panels: window may consist of a double thickness tempered thick glass panel unit. We use tempered safety glass, to which we permanently fire the beautiful glass design. Next we permanently secure another piece of clear tempered safety glass behind this first piece. WoodLtd insulated glass will provide the beauty and quality that your beautiful home demands.

History: hollow casting of relief panels was revived in the 12th century in southern Italy, notably by Barisanus of Trani and carried northward by artists such as Bonanno of Pisa. In 14th-century Tuscany the principal examples are the pairs of sculptured, paneled bronze doors on the Florentine Baptistery; the Gothic south doors are by Andrea Pisano, and the north doors by Lorenzo Ghiberti. Ghiberti's east doors have come to be known as the Gates of Paradise (Porta del Paradiso). Bronze doors with relief panelsby Antonio Filarete were cast for St. Peter's Basilica, Rome. Bronze doors were not generally used in northwestern Europe until the 18th century. The first monumental bronze doors in the United States were erected in 1863 in the Capitol at Washington, D.C.

Wood Door was doubtless the most common in antiquity. Archaeological and literary evidence indicate its prevalence in Egypt and Mesopotamia. According to Pompeian murals and surviving fragments, contemporary doors looked much like modern wood-paneled doors; they were constructed of stiles (vertical beams) and rails (horizontal beams) framed together to support panels and occasionally equipped with locks and hinges. This Roman type of door was adopted in Islamic countries. In China the wooden door usually consisted of two panels, the lower one solid and the upper one a wooden lattice backed with paper. The traditional Japanese shoji was a wood-framed, paper-covered sliding panel.

Stained Glass: with the development of medieval architecture, stained glass assumed a unique structural and symbolic importance. As the Romanesque massiveness of the wall was eliminated, the use of glass was expanded. It was integrated with the lofty vertical elements of Gothic architecture, thus providing greater illumination. Symbolically, it was regarded as a manifestation of divine light. In these transparent mosaics, biblical history and church dogmas were portrayed with great effectiveness. Resplendent in its material and spiritual richness, stained glass became one of the most beautiful forms of medieval artistic expression. The early glaziers followed a sketched cartoon for their window design. They used a red-hot iron for cutting the glass to the required pieces, afterward firing in the kiln those that had received painted lines and shadings. The pieces were then fitted into the channeled lead strips, the leads soldered together at junction points, and the whole installed in a bracing framework of iron called the armature. The lead strips were adjusted to the articulation of the design and formed an integral part of it. The coloring of glass was achieved in the melting pot, where metallic oxides were fused with the glass. The metallic ores, although at first crude and limited, ultimately produced admirable color variations. The glass, available only in small pieces, gave thereby a jewellike quality to the colors. The pieces, by their uneven surfaces and varying thicknesses, gave the advantage of irregular and scintillating refractions of light. Only fragments remain of glass from the 11th cent. The period of greatest achievement in the art extended from 1150 to 1250. Some examples from the 12th cent. can be seen in the windows of Saint-Denis (Paris), Chartres, and Le Mans in France, as well as at Canterbury and at York Minster in England. The windows of this period were characterized by rich dark colors, single figures, and scrollwork. A recurrent design, that of the Jesse tree, continued in use until the 16th cent. By the beginning of the 13th cent. figures were abundantly used in scenes, being enclosed in geometrical medallions, such as circles, lozenges, or quatrefoils. A window was composed of many of these medallions. Color became more detailed and varied, and the prevailing scheme of red, blue, green, and purple, with small amounts of white, created tense and vibrant harmonies. In France the cathedral at Chartres is an unrivaled treasury of 13th-century glass; Sainte-Chapelle, Paris, is a triumph of architecture in which the walls present an illusion of being made entirely of fragile, exquisite stained glass. In England there are outstanding windows at York, Lincoln, and Salisbury. In the 14th cent. as medieval glass-making waned, medallion compositions were replaced by a single figure framed in canopied shrines. Many windows showed clear areas designed in grisaille

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French Doors are complemented by sliding version - in fact, it's one of the most popular choices. Every inch a traditional French door, it features extra-wide stiles and tall bottom rails. Sliding French door adds a space-saving accent you can't find anywhere else. Design your door down to the details with a wide array of options and flexibility. Select from exterior casing profiles and operating configurations (such as the impressive four-wide). And you can always add transoms or side lites to really reflect your own personal style.

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Stained Glass: WoodLtd offers the finest in stained glass design from our in-house professional designers. From layout to completion, we pay attention to every detail to insure you have the highest quality stained glass piece available. Our years of experience make it possible for us to craft any design you can imagine. We will work with you to make sure your stained glass project is exactly the way you want it. No job is too big or too small for WoodLtdŽ Studio.

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Door: is a barrier of wood, stone, metal, glass, paper, leaves, hides, or a combination of materials, installed to swing, fold, slide,or roll in order to close an opening to a room or building. Early doors, used throughout Mesopotamia and the ancient world, were merely hides or textiles. Doors of rigid, permanent materials appeared simultaneously with monumental architecture. Doors for important chambers were often made of stone or bronze.
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