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Whether you’re creating a traditional home or a modern masterpiece, a five-star resort or a sleek new bistro, Western Window Systems can help you go from inspiration to actualization. The perfect combination of beauty, performance, and durability, our door and window systems are available in a large spectrum of configurations and styles, offering unlimited design possibilities.
Let our project gallery inspire you to develop a vision of what your project could be. Utilize our resources and tools for the most up-to-date product information, CAD drawings, and specifications. And connect with a Western Window Systems representative in your area for quick answers, project consultation, and assistance.
“Western Window Systems embodies this aesthetic goal of our more modern projects.” Angelo Marasco, partner, Cadence Design Studio
“Western Window Systems has been great about providing support both to our office when we've had questions and to the contractors we work with when they want to know the best way to attack a particular installation.” Brooks Dunn, founding principal, Dunn Architecture Studio
Learn about design considerations, energy values, and testing standards for our all-new Series 7000 performance family of moving glass walls and windows. Released on Feb. 21, 2018, with Eric Blanc and Tony DeJohn.
To solve the challenge of more outdoor space for a hillside home in Berkeley, San Francisco Bay architect Robert Nebolon created a unique design solution using lots of glass.
Architect Christopher Sorensen, of Sorensen Architects in Los Angeles, describes his firm’s design philosophy and how Western Window Systems’ moving glass walls and windows help to bring it to life.
“The most important thing we’ve had in any of the products here is Western Window Systems. It’s something that’s worked well for us and will work well for us in the future.” Jonathan Segal, FAIA
The Ten-Year Limited Warranty on Workmanship and Materials replaces the Two-Year Product Warranty for products manufactured after August 1.