BAYPORT, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Andersen Windows today introduces the Andersen® Architectural Collection of windows and doors; illuminating the choices and energizing the building and remodeling process by strategically bringing two upper premium product lines together. Andersen A-Series and E-Series/Eagle®windows and doors: the perfect balance of architectural style and imagination in the hands of architects and homeowners.
Aware that each customer has a different idea of home, Andersen began working with an architectural and design team almost a decade ago to create what is now the Architectural Collection. As the Andersen Architectural Collection, style, options and performance come together in the Andersen A-Series and E-Series/Eagle product lines. Making it easy to dream, easy to design and easy to install by bringing the best attributes of these distinct lines of windows and doors into a single collection capable of meeting or exceeding the expectations of design and trade professionals as well as homeowners.
Andersen A-Series products are ideal for those who see themselves in a home with a defined architectural style – whether it’s a stately Queen Anne, a bold Modernist design or anything in between. For homeowners committed to pushing style to the limit, E-Series/Eagle®windows and doors provide nearly infinite options to create a home style that’s truly unique.
Andersen identified two critical points in imagining the Architectural Collection — the necessity of careful research and creating a common language to break down barriers and enhance understanding between customers and design professionals. The result is the debut of the Andersen Home Style Library; a collection of distinct, historic architectural styles from Federal to Queen Anne to Prairie and an understanding of how to create that style and share a vision using Andersen A-Series windows and doors. In time, the Home Style Library will grow as a resource. In addition, the Architectural Collection’s E-Series/Eagle line of windows and doors opens design to nearly unlimited possibilities in color, wood species and interior finishes to create new and distinct styles unique to each homeowner.