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Architectural Fiberglass Column Bases

Column Bases by Stromberg Columns are classic features of architecture, which have been featured by many of the greatest civilizations the world has ever known. However, just as a house cannot stand without a foundation, so too is a column reliant on its base. An underappreciated element of the architecture, column bases are just as […]

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Las Vegas Architectural Projects II

Caesar’s Palace Goes Corinthian with Stromberg Architectural Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know Caesar’s Palace, the legendary Las Vegas casino. Caesar’s Palace is a fixture of the Vegas nightlife and gambling scene, and it is known for its lavish decorations and its Roman themed architecture. It may come as a surprise, therefore, […]

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Architectural Fiberglass Projects in North Texas

Corinthian Columns for Canyon Creek If you’re not expecting to see too many Corinthian columns in Texas, then Canyon Creek Baptist Church in Richardson, Texas would be a surprise. In 2002, this Baptist Church went all out with internal and external Corinthian columns. What makes this more impressive, is that the columns appear to be […]

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