The Original French Quarter® lantern with a large wrought iron scroll bracket creates a stunning profile that is often used near archways and more formal architectural elements within the architecture. With the addition of the London top and bottom finials, it will add an element of dressiness and verticality to the space. This light works very well in succession on wide buildings or on entries. The French Quarter® with Rodin bracket is available in natural gas, liquid propane, and electric.
When David Mlinaric was presented with an an ill-served London townhouse, he brought in expert former colleagues and an array of British artisans to reinstate its Georgian character, while transforming it into an elegant family home
A la fois rattachée à la maison et intégrée aux espaces extérieurs, la façade de la maison est rarement l’élément auquel on attache le plus d’attention quand on parle déco. Et pourtant, les murs extérieurs, la porte d’entrée, les fenêtres et les volets...
Many things can shape a city—its culture, history, social life, or food scene. But perhaps the most distinctive feature would be architecture. Some buildings can completely fascinate you with their astonishing design and pure aesthetics. Through careful urban planning and understanding of the cultural background, the structure of a city can carry you through time while still leaving you in a very particular place.