Did You Know?
A series of Occasional Notes on (or around) the subject of windows
by David Wrightson
A series of wide–ranging, informative, and possibly intriguing Notes on the subject of all types of sliding sash and casement windows in both timber and metal; covering origin, history, technical development, glass manufacture, construction, maintenance, legislation, conservation, and important environmental considerations.
- Visit Note 1 The Duke of Monmouth and Moor Park House
An Interesting Seventeenth–Century Sash Window Contract or The Employer who lost his head
- Visit Note 2 – Part 1 Windows, Wind, and Weather
Part 1: A Short History of Weather Exclusion: Advice from the Past
- Visit Note 2 – Part 2 Windows, Wind, and Weather
Part 2: A Short History of Weather Exclusion: advice for today
- Visit Note 3 Subterranean Fenestration
Some multi–windowed holes in the ground
- Visit Note 4 Blind Windows
- Visit Note 5 FALSE WINDOWS: PLAIN & FANCY
- Visit Note 6 FALSE WINDOWS: PLAIN & FANCY
- Visit Note 7 French Sashes