Timeless Sash Windows are delighted to see its windows in a feature article in Architectural Digest magazine.
We worked on this stunning residence in Dublin in 2019. Lyons Kelly architects commissioned Timeless and we worked with M.J. Duncan contractors to deliver the project.
The house featured a mix of refurbished old windows, including two elegant arched windows with original glazing, and new casement windows.
There were 34 windows in total – casement windows, sliding sash, bay windows, and a showpiece bow window. Furthermore, we manufactured and fitted 4 sets of French doors and a back door to the property.
The photographs depict the elegant lighting created by the windows. Additionally, you will notice the stunning craftsmanship evident from start to finish.
You can read the full article here.
For such residential projects, we aim to work closely with the architect and the builders to ensure that we deliver their vision. The Timeless product is flexible and bespoke which is an ideal fit. We assign a project manager who will oversee the work from start to finish. They carefully measure and draw the windows and doors for the openings with great care and deftness. You would expect no less from a family-run business that has been at the top of the market in Ireland for 50 years.
We pride ourselves in our knowledge and expertise in timber windows. We will, therefore, give you the correct advice from the outset. With regard to building regulations, we understand how to meet these and will supply the best product in terms of U-values and safety. Indeed health and safety are vitally important to us, from our fitting and measuring teams to our workshop joiners.
Timeless Sash Windows work on large scale residential projects in addition to commercial projects, such as schools and hotels. We have completed work on a number of castles too, notably Ashford Castle and Killeen Castle.
All images courtesy of Architectural Digest magazine. Photography by Mark Scott.