LaRanger Studio, inc. Stained Glass
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The LaRangers create custom stained glass, specializing in architectural glass for homes, offices, churches and synagogues, as well as museum quality restorations. Their work is unique to each client and they blend the various styles and traditions of stained glass with their ideas for a truly new approach to the art of stained glass. Modern, contemporary, traditional, craftsman, period pieces, abstract, realism…they can go in any direction with glass to compliment the architectural and interior design components of each space. Privacy concerns are solved while maintaining the light through the choices of glass with texture and tints.  Their traditional leaded glass panels can be installed up against thermal pane, to preserve the thermal barrier and the beauty of the glass, as you see the leaded glass, not the glass sandwiched inside of the thermal pane.
Date(s): May 10, 2007. Album by Katharyn LaRanger. 1 - 71 of 71 Total. 10826 Visits.
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bathroom window for a historical building

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bathroom window specifically designed to blend seamlessly into a historical building

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7'x9' full wall of glass. Stained glass made to fit up against exterior thermal pane in home office . Designed to obscures the neighbors but allow clear vision of the sky above and the patio below

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25'x12' back lit drop ceiling for client's dining room. Each panel on the edge is fixed in place, while the center square panels drop down on hinges to provide access to the lighting fixtures.

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16"x48" functional casement windows. Our leaded glass is installed up against the thermal pane to maintain the function of the windows. The reamy and seedy glasses totally obscure the neighbors house while proving maximum light

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large door for privacy from a public deck using large rondels, reamy, crackel, antique and heavy restoration glasses, with very old small square amber jewels

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before soldering , note the close cuts of the lead

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Hand blown glasses and rondells

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6'x3' interior transom. Large custom made rondels,and amber glass, complimented by bevels and reamy clear glass

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rondels and painted grapes for a 200 year old house

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door with heavy opalescent glasses to protect the room from very strong and damaging direct sun

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seen from the inside

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seen from the outside

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central panels have a steel structure for support

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the steel structure with the stained glass panels inserted into it.. also the central panel has additional steel bars for strength

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skylight designed by Opacic Architects.. installed in an open 3 story stairwell

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detail of the glass used to obscure the wood in the attic where the light from a roof skylight lets in the sunlight

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Ray in front of a 3 story stairwell, geometric design

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10' x 8' wall of glass. Two functional windows . We had the frame custom made to accomodate thermal pane on the outside and stained glass on the inside.

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branch design with rondels for lake house

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Great Blue Heron design

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17"x48" Blue Winter Godess, Painted on white flashed opal and amber glass

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barn swallow window

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Basement office renovation needed to block distracting outdoor yard. We used reamy glass to scramble to view while retaining the light

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entryway with leaded glass for Suellen DeFrancis Architects

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smaller entryway for same house, architect Suellen DeFrancis

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round room will be a study with 7 windows and 7 transoms

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heavy restoration diamond lites with rondells and color breaks

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16"x48", antique glass with rosetts, true divided lites

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Front entryway for house in Japan. We made 150 windows for the house using light restoration in a rectangle design

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French doors with diamond lites - light restoration glass and rondells

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7'x10' reamy, antique glass combination with rondels for a second story stairwell landing

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exterior of house with diamond/rondel windows. Note the bathroom window below was made to match the windows above

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4'x4' bathroom window for privacy. Set in front of the thermal pane

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abstract design for entryway, various opalescent glasses with multidirectional ripple glass providing privacy and light

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loose line design transom with fun color

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shower stall with zinc panels beveled glass and painted antique

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see the view of the lake

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note the lead-work before soldering.

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organic design for open stairwell in Scarsdale,NY

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There is a jacuzzi on the opposite side of stairwell, never used for lack of privacy

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bathroom window with no privacy

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many different typed of industrial glass create an interesting look while maximizing the light and obscuring the view

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Four Seasons window, 3'x5'. This window has four painted season panels. It is in an oncologist’s office.

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18"x12' back lit panel for Morgan Stanley, hand blown Lamberts glass in an abstract landscape

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18"x12' back lit panel for Morgan Stanley. We did 7 floors of the 25 floor building. the panels were installed in the loby of each floor

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18"x12' back lit panel for Morgan Stanley Multi colored Lamberts antique glass in a simple abstract design

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livingroom 2 story windows designed to maintain the light using restoration glass with bevels and some color

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3'x6' antique car window. Every line is a car line in the background. Pierce Arrow Grand Slam Champion cars painted in center.

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designed for a home destroyed by hurricane Sandy and then rebuilt

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2'x2' panels for front door for Opacic Architects

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2' x 2' panels for front door for Opacic Architects

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rondels and white opal and antique glass for entryway

 
   
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