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Lakeside Loewen Project Featured in Artful Living

Artful Living is a Minneapolis-based quarterly magazine that showcases art, lifestyle and beautiful design. Their Spring 2018 issue features a two-page spread of a project called Lake Minnetonka Residence.

The project proudly features Loewen products, thanks to our friends at Synergy Products (link). Design is by Charles R. Stinson Architecture + Design (link), with Streeter & Associates (link) as the builder.

More photos of the project can be seen by following this link: https://www.charlesrstinson.com/project/lake-minnetonka-residence/


Photo credit: Artful Living screen capture from Issuu (https://issuu.com/artful-livingmag/docs/artfulliving_spring2018)

Photo Gallery Shows Completion of The New American Remodel 2018

The New American Remodel™ 2018  is a project that aimed to transform an 80-year old residence using all new products and building technologies while maintaining some of its original architectural qualities. The renovated home was revealed at the 2018 International Builders’ Show and exclusively uses Loewen windows and doors.

Making up the 2018 Project Team are Farina & Sons (remodeler), Nasrallah Architectural Group, Gribble Interior Group and Redmond Design Company (landscape architecture). The construction photo gallery can be viewed at this link on the project website. The site also offers a 3D Virtual Tour of the home.

Contemporary Riverside House Showcases Loewen Products

This contemporary residence near the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, PA was recently shared as a
featured project by Blyth & Shearn, the area’s Authorized Loewen Dealer.


Design firm Fisher Architecture dubbed the project as The River House and describes it as an upside down house. From street level, a metal grating bridge connects to the garage which is actually on the structure’s third floor. With the lower two floors functioning as living spaces, Loewen products were selected to bring in as much of the river view as possible.

More details about this project can be found at http://fisherarch.com/portfolio-posts/the-river-house/.

Photo credit: Fisher Architecture

Loewen Products Capture Scenery For Lake Chelan Home

Loewen windows and doors capture the picturesque Eastern Washington landscape seen from this property in Manson, WA. Owned by couple Charlie and Tracey Brown, the barn home sits on a 12-acre apple orchard near Lake Chelan.

Windows, Doors & More, the Loewen Window Center of Seattle, shared the information about this creative project as it was recently featured on Portrait Magazine.

For the full article, please visit https://www.portraitmagazine.com/the-american-barn.

Photo credit: Benjamin Benschneider | Portrait Magazine

Seattle Times Feature Island Retreat Fitted With Loewen Windows

Bainbridge Island, WA – Pictured above is the rebuilt residence of Jeanie Ketcham. Four generations of her family called it home, but it was razed by a fire in 2012. In the reconstruction, Ketcham’s architect and builder chose Loewen windows to help recapture the feeling of living in the original house with its sweeping vista of Puget Sound.

For the full article about this home and the touching story behind it, head over to https://www.seattletimes.com/pacific-nw-magazine/rebuilding-with-a-sense-of-history/

*photo credit: Steve Ringman/The Seattle Times

The New American Remodeled Home Fitted With Loewen Windows

The 2018 New American Remodel™ is a project that will transform an 80-year old residence using all new products and building technologies, while maintaining some of its original architectural qualities.

Built in 1937 and located just outside of downtown Orlando, FL, the home is now in Phase 2 of the project and Loewen windows have been specified by the builder on account of their high quality and energy efficiency.

For more information about the 2018 New American Remodel™, their website is at http://www.tnarh.com.

Loewen featured in reconstruction of 19th Cent. Victorian House

Project Location:

  • Beaconsfield Village,Toronto


The coach house reconstruction was the first phase in a larger rehabilitation project for a late 19th Century Victorian house in the city’s west end. The adaptive reuse of a former carriage house located on a public laneway required a sensitive design approach, which included extensive consultation with the Toronto City Planning, Heritage and Building Departments.

The home built for a family of three, seamlessly blends traditional materiality with a modern design aesthetic to create a sanctuary for contemporary living which makes a positive contribution to the local Victorian era building vernacular. A minimalist interior contributes to the tranquil nature of the dwelling and emphasizes the free flow of light and space throughout the home. Invisible pocket doors throughout the home enhance the feeling of connectedness between discreet spaces, but can be easily closed when a higher level of privacy is required. Large windows and multiple skylights infuse the space with a plenitude of natural light, which is transported throughout the home through the central double height seating area. Operable window openings have been strategically located to help induce natural cross ventilation though the entire house, providing fresh air a limiting the dependence on mechanical system during temperate months.

Updated building systems including home automation, integrated audio, and radiant floor heating work discreetly behind the scenes to create a comforting interior environment. Custom built in furniture pieces throughout the house; maximize the utility of spaces, while enhancing the overall cohesiveness of the design expression. Corian vanities and surrounds are employed around the bathtub and shower, as well as on the kitchen island to create clean water resistant surface that perfectly matches the custom white cabinetry found throughout the coach house.


Loewen Windows Featured in Roland Church Conversion

Loewen is proud to be a part of Roland Church Lofts, a 106-year old brick church in Roland, MB that was converted into loft condos. Four of the 12 suites have Loewen’s oversized casement windows while the penthouse suite features our custom 11-foot Douglas Fir Round Window.

For more info and photos about this project, you can visit https://www.facebook.com/rolandchurchlofts.

(photo credit: Roland Church Lofts | wieberealty.com)

Loewen Bifold, Sliding Patio Door Featured in WA Contemporary Homes

Windows, Doors & More, the Loewen Window Center of Seattle, shared a Seattle Times article on their Facebook page on Nov 9. The article is about a brother and sister’s contemporary homes on Bainbridge Island, WA that featured Loewen’s Bifold and Sliding Patio Door:


The full article can be seen on the Seattle Times website via this link: http://www.seattletimes.com/pacific-nw-magazine/relative-beauty-a-brother-and-sisters-complementary-homes-on-bainbridge-island/

photo credits: Benjamin Benschneider/The Seattle Times