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Getting to see some of the projects our community are building is one of the best things about what we do. Whether it's structural, functional, artistic, or all of the above, we're amazed by all of the beautiful and durable things our community has built- from woodworking to social impact, and everything in between.
Here, you'll find some of the exceptional projects we've been inspired by. If you'd like your latest achievement to be featured, let us know to find out more about our submission guidelines.
Synergist Passive House Window
The original Synergist Window Company was the first Passive-House certified window to be designed and built in North America. This casement-style window was the result of a partnership between Rangate and Synergist that we count among the most satisfying successful projects our company has ever taken on.
Since the first window, Synergist has continued its leadership, pioneering wood-clad options to give architects and builders more flexibility, as well as debuting its Landmark mock Double-Hung style.
Based on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, H&H Woodworking crafts doors, cabinetry, and other woodworking projects that capture the easy elegance of the island it works from. The featured doors garnered national attention for their craftsmanship.
Duratherm Window Corporation
Duratherm Window Corporation is the industry leader in high-quality hardwood windows and doors that are customizable and that enhance and enable architects’ designs. Based in Vassalboro, Maine, Duratherm's windows are sought after by architects and builders undertaking ambitious projects that call for uncommon scope- Duratherm's resume includes some of the most prestigious cultural sites in America, such as the visitor's center at Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's estate, and the world-renowned Barnes Art Museum in Philadelphia, PA.
Rustic Northern Door
Door production has come a long way in terms of the technology we use to build them, but the structure of a traditional wood door has remained fundamentally the same for many years.
While out in the woods putting the final touches on a rustic family cabin, the House of Doors team built a traditional plank-style door by hand, from wood found on site, and were quickly reminded of how easy modern tooling makes our lives, in terms of structure and efficiency. It's good to build projects by hand now again to make us realize how far we've come, and how special our modern tools really are.
Southwest School of Woodworking
The Southwest School of Woodworking was founded in Phoenix, Arizona in 2013 by a group of professional woodworkers who wanted to bring high quality woodworking instruction to students of all backgrounds and skill levels. The school welcomes both local and visiting students, and offers day, evening, and weekend classes ranging from a Fundamentals of Woodworking series to specialty masterclasses with internationally-known instructors. All classes emphasize learning by doing, and all are kept small to ensure close attention for each student. Use your hands, Learn the craft, Build your skills.
VanAir Design is a young architectural product firm. Their design focus is in creating ventilating panel products that allow air transfer between spaces, while retaining acoustical and visual privacy. The award-winning VanAir Ventilated Door is manufactured by Lynden Door in Washington State, and available for orders of any quantity.
Yew Woodshop - Dunkley Donor Wall
Two 8ft high and 26ft long sculptural walls were constructed with typical 2x4 lumber for Canada Winter Games 2015 to be permanently installed in the Civic Center in Prince George, BC. The challenge we faced in construction was to convert a digital rendering into physical structure. Much the same way that a Pin-Art toy transfers the shape impressed into it, we created a template that would press and transfer 2' x 2' sections of the wall's wave-like shape, which would then be assembled one-by-one on site. The two walls celebrate wood as a versatile material, and the impressiveness of a dynamically rendered structure.