There’s a timeless beauty in the one-of-a-kind appearance of authentic hardwood craftsmanship, and West Chester firm Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd. is masterful in its vision for turning millwork into masterpiece.
A recent collaboration with E.B. Mahoney Builders, Inc. of Bryn Mawr showcased the splendor of poplar in a stunning new front entry hall for a home in Gladwyne in a wide-reaching publication of Texas’ Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
“Featuring a beautifully proportioned staircase, painted poplar paneling and wide-plank flooring, it was inspired by the work of architect R. Brognard Okie, who designed many fine Colonial Revival houses in the Philadelphia area between 1900 and 1945,” the article stated. “The hall’s sense of Old World graciousness is further enhanced by the use of locally sourced red oak for the floors and stair treads.”
Read much more about the local wooden wonder and other standout examples from across the country in the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal here.