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Innovative architecture students designed a home featuring elegant and modern Pella® Impervia® windows.
- Type: New Construction
- Location: Lawrence, KS
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- Area of Structure Involved: Kitchen, Living Room, Bedrooms and Bathrooms
In this new construction project, architecture students from the University of Kansas worked as a group to design a modern home. They selected stainless steel appliances, light wood and expansive Pella Impervia windows to create a feeling of simple elegance.
The architecture students selected fiberglass casement windows to be used in the bathrooms throughout this home. They complement the sleek lines and minimalist features in this room while providing simple ventilation options. The architecture students utilized white windows throughout the bathroom.
With a combination of casement, awning and picture windows, this home features streamlined geometry while making an ultra-modern statement. These towering fixed/picture windows let in an abundance of natural light. They provide incredible strength and durability and exceptional energy efficiency for years to come. See more details from the local Kansas showroom.
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