Milton Grenfell
"round and about the house" is a regular feature by Milton Grenfell, architect.   Since 1986, Grenfell has been committed to the practice of traditional, classical architecture. His domestic, liturgical, and civic buildings manifest the “highest and most enduring expressions of an artistic tradition.”  Grenfell's Comparative Architectural Details: A Selection from Pencil Points 1932-1937, is found wherever traditional architects practice.  Grenfell Architects selected work is found at Grenfell Architects, PLLC.
The Front Door

The Front Door

  The Front Door   One of the many regrettable characteristics of Modern architecture is the lack of attention to the front door.  If in a modernist building you can even find the front door! Yet a phenomenon from Peru speaks to the fundamental importance of...

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Muntins

Muntins

. Muntins … sounds a bit like something one might roast for Easter dinner.  . But no. . The muntins of which I write are those vertical and horizontal thin little pieces of wood in a wooden window, or steel in a steel window, or plastic … etc., that traditionally hold...

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