Origin of Original Box Sash Window

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Xlibris Corporation, Sep 14, 2011 - Self-Help - 57 pages
To any parts of the world that are influenced by English designs in architecture, Box sash windows are very familiar. Invented during the Georgian times, this style has been used ever since. In author Steve Lydford’s Origin of Original Box Sash Window, he will unveil insights and interesting techniques to help anyone restore, this type of window. Invented in Holland in the late 17th century by an engineer, the Box sash windows have become one of the most significant features in buildings of the following centuries. They were most popular during the Victorian times, however their prominence slowly declined. But with their delicate proportions and sophistication, Box sash windows are again making their way to a more enjoyable revival. In Origin of Original Box Sash Window, the author reveals some important information about the box sash window. But generally, this book is a practical easy-to-follow guide on how to restore, install, or fix these windows through detailed instructions that are supplemented with vivid illustrations.

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