First, our team was honored to even be asked to install window film on a home of such renown. Richard Meier’s Douglas House in Harbor Springs, Michigan is one that is widely knows as an architectural masterpiece. According to Wikipedia, Construction began in Harbor Springs in 1971 and was completed in 1973 after a three-year construction period. When Meier furnished the house for his clients, Jim and Jean Douglas, he also designed some of the interior furnishings himself. In 2007, the American Institute of Architects listed the Douglas House as one of the top 150 structures on its “America’s Favorite Architecture” list. In 2016, the Douglas House was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The house has remained intact, with no additions or modifications to the physical structure, and no changes to room uses or layouts.
As you can imagine, when working on a project like this, you cannot do anything to take away from the design, beauty or function of the original design. For projects like this, we have a variety of home window film that can be an effective barrier to excessive heat and premature sun fading of the furnishings without a noticeable change to the glass. This was exactly what we were called in to do on this iconic home. We have included some pictures below that we are sharing from www.richardmeier.com. Please check out this page to learn even more about this stunning home.
Of course, you don’t have to have a home like this one to benefit from a home window film. If you have any questions about how window film can enhance your home, click HERE. You can also call our office today at (800) 874-8468, or Contact Us using our online form submission for an absolutely free, no obligation consultation and quotation on implementing home window film. Our service areas include Harbor Springs, Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Cadillac, Petoskey, Roscommon, Ludington, Michigan and all of the surrounding areas.