Montreal City Hall

Window restoration featuring Hollander Circa 1800™ glass

Construction begun in 1872 and completed in 1878. In 1984, Montreal City Hall was designated a World Heritage Site and a National Historic Site of Canada.

Yale Boathouse

Window restoration featuring Hollander Circa 1900™ glass (5mm, tempered)

On the shores of the Quinnipiac River, the historic George Adee Memorial Boathouse was erected for the Yale rowing crew in 1911 and restored in 2017.

Whitman Hall, Princeton University

Window restoration featuring Old World Colonial™ Light Restoration window glass

Buffalo Bill Stagecoach, Hubbard Museum of the West

Stagecoach window restoration featuring Old World Colonial ™ Light Restoration window glass

Eisenhower Executive Building, Washington D.C.

The window restoration features Goethe Glass (5mm)

The Eisenhower Executive Office Building was built between 1871 and 1888. It is a US Government building situated next door from the White House. Many of the building’s exterior facing windows were restored to capture the 19th century charm.

Governer’s Mansion, Georgia State University

Window restoration featuring Hollander Circa 1900™

The Governor’s mansion was completed in 1839 and underwent a historic renovation in 2001. Exterior window glass was replaced using Hollander Circa 1900™

Weeona Poindexter Hall, Mississippi University of Women

Window restoration featuring Hollander Circa 1900™

Houston Hall, University of Pennsylvania

Window restoration featuring Old World Colonial ™ Full Restoration window glass.

Hotel Emma at Pearl, San Antonio, TX

Window and interior restoration featuring Hollander Circa 1900™

Hollander Circa 1900™ is found throughout the hotel and brewery, in exterior windows as well as interior panels. The subtle waves capture the time period of the early to mid-1900s, when the building was erected.

The Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC

Window Glass restoration featuring Old World Colonial™ Full Restoration window glass

The Smithsonian Institute is among the world’s largest museum, education, and research complex. The window restoration was completed using Old World Colonial™ Full Restoration window glass.

The USS Olympia

Tempered Hollander Circa 1900™ 4mm

The USS Olympia is a United States Navy cruiser commissioned in 1895 and retired in 1922. Currently on display at the Independence Seaport Museum in Philadelphia, the windows of the Admirals and Captain’s quarters were completely restored using 150 pieces of tempered Hollander Circa 1900™ 4mm.

The Cannon House Office Building

Hollander Circa 1900™ 5mm

The Cannon House Office Building was completed in 1908 and serves as the oldest congressional office building in Washington, DC. In 2018, the interior doors and windows were restored using Hollander Circa 1900™.

The Barn At Fallingwater

Hollander Circa 1800™ 4mm

Originally built in 1870, The Barn at Fallingwater shares the Bear Run Nature Reserve and sits 500 yards from the world famous Fallingwater property designed by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Elements of the barn, including the Farmhouse, were restored using the Hollander Circa 1800™

The Frick Pittsburgh

Hollander Circa 1900 Plate ™

The Frick Pittsburgh is a collection of museums and historical buildings in the Point Breeze neighborhood of Pittsburgh and is home to part of the Henry Clay Frick collection. In 2018, parts of museum complex were restored using Hollander Circa 1900 Plate™ Glass.

Lincoln Memorial

Laminated Chicken Wire Glass

The US national memorial built to honor the 16th president of the United States. The skylight over the top of the Lincoln Memorial features a laminated glass package of GL 750 (a thin reeded texture glass) laminated over clear glass with a chicken wire interlayer. The overall thickness of the laminated wire glass was 3/8”. The look is weathered with antique charm.