A few miserable, greenish hovels, hanging over the water in front of these sumptuous Hôtels, did not prevent one from seeing the fine angles of their façades, their large, square windows with stone mullions
, their pointed porches overloaded with statues, the vivid outlines of their walls, always clear cut, and all those charming accidents of architecture, which cause Gothic art to have the air of beginning its combinations afresh with every monument.
Near the top of this hill, about two miles from Linden-Car, stood Wildfell Hall, a superannuated mansion of the Elizabethan era, built of dark grey stone, venerable and picturesque to look at, but doubtless, cold and gloomy enough to inhabit, with its thick stone mullions
and little latticed panes, its time-eaten air-holes, and its too lonely, too unsheltered situation, - only shielded from the war of wind and weather by a group of Scotch firs, themselves half blighted with storms, and looking as stern and gloomy as the Hall itself.
With stormy eyes she pulled the stay-bar quickly, and, in doing so, caught his arm between the casement and the stone mullion
It was the work of a moment to tear the sheets from the bed, to tie the two ends together and a third round the mullion
by which the larger window was bisected.
The new specially-manufactured size of Edge ProTect is designed for protection of curtain walls, doors, protruding window mullions
, and any large hallway edge.
There are two different light bar configurations: one for the center mullions
and another for the end mullions
The curtain wall for Manitoba Hydro Place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, features Starphire ultra-clear glass in combination with Duranar XL and Duracron coatings on the mullions
Any decision is a decision about facade, and as she pointed out, the way in which Sullivan treated office window reveals, and the way Mies applied vertical mullions
for visual effect on the Seagram Tower, suggest a history of ornament or decoration within Modernism more complex than commonly assumed.
Chelsea House, located on 130 West 19th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, is a 14-story building featuring an artistically inspired facade of clear and fritted glass, ex-posed concrete and stylized window mullions
Shout Words at Your Feet: Our deep green descent/of the lake road/in arms again and after/nothing to turn away//from the syllables on a different/autumn road, where I watched the leaves/shout words at your feet//Shelve the past, its mullions
,/its cardinals, rent from the homes/on cold streets//and to design you, out of glass,/no one sat
Number 42 Town End, Almondbury houses a wealth of character with wooden beams, stone mullions
, old doorways and cottage fireplaces.
Its modern, upstairs windows are to be replaced by sash windows and the stone mullions
and surrounds will be kept.