Dramatic Kolbe Windows at Builders Show 2014

Posted By Matt Schumake | Posted: 02/10/2014 1:25PM

 

 LAS VEGAS - Kolbe Windows new window and door developments at the 2014 International Builders Show were shown in dramatic exhibits. "If you can dream it, we can build it," is the Wausa, WI millwork firm's motto, and that was everywhere in evidence at their booth.

In addition Kolbe showed European-style Kolbe's Lance Premeau explains how Kolbe works with architects and homeowners in a video below. 

Kolbe's VistaLuxe wood window and door lines emphasize energy-efficient casements, direct set windows, inswing and outswing doors and matching transoms, with geometric shapes featuring minimal frames and stiles optimize maximize viewing areas. For the VistaLuxe Collection and Ultra Series’ exterior aluminum clad windows and doors, Kolbe has added 13 new mica finishes

multi-slide door  with minimal borders to help homeowners erase the boundaries between inside and outside living spaces. They can be ordered for openings up to 24 feet wide and 10 feet tall, and they can either stack open or pocket into the wall. Upon request, these doors also can be manufactured as custom corner units.

 Kolbe at IBS: 
Kolbe VistaLuxe windows and doors
Kolbe Window's Lance Premeau on IBS 2014  Point Five Massive Windows & Doors
   

The Point Five Windows and Doors business, acquired in 2009, focuses on highly customized products for unique, project-specific solutions. At the show, a 12-foot tall wall featured Sikkens stain on mahogany exterior and maple interior windows.

The residences that showcase Point Five’s products reflect the vision and creativity of the country’s top architects in destinations from Malibu to Aspen to Kiawah Island and the Bahamas. Well known for its large-scale units, Point Five offers nearly any shape, size, glass type, exotic wood species, metal materials, colors and finishes, combined with fine-crafted workmanship. Its windows and doors can be tailored to any architectural style or application, including European influence, Modern creations or historic interpretations. 

 

About the Author

Matt Schumake

As a writer for Woodworking Network, Matt reports on tools, trends, innovations and business methods in the woodworking industry. His experience spans e-commerce and marketing, and he specializes in developing web and media presence for businesses small and large. In addition to writing, Matt builds custom wood furniture pieces at his home in Chicago, Illinois. He can be reached at mjschumake@gmail.com

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