Glass-enclosed Vestibules are an uncommon, friendly entrance to any home. This 1917 Vestibule had been patched and repaired many times before being torn down. The design was a collaborative effort with Lee Meyer Architects; rebuilt to match other remodeling on this home.
We rebuilt the structure with hand-built arched roof trusses, new columns and support beams, along with glass door panels, period trim, lighting and a beaded ceiling. Photo by Greg Schmidt. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EkfUUgFqeM