Throughout history, architectural embellishments have adorned homes and public structures the world over. In early times, quarried stone was the material of choice, then intricately carved wood and plaster found their place in fine architecture along with the rich detailing of fired terra cotta. Today’s building profiles, or lack thereof, are largely predicated upon economic and structural practicalities. Cut stone and other masterfully carved building details are still available, but few projects have been able to justify their extensive impact upon budget and time… until now.
Patterson Whittaker is an innovative company that has combined the richly sophisticated design principles of the past with today’s latest technologies. No longer is impractical to beautify projects with timeless classical detailing reminiscent of the cornices, parapets and elegant door and window surrounds found in defining as European architecture, for our unique construction and attachment systems allow even the most dramatic, large-scale details to be economically applied to both interior and exterior wall surfaces.
It is our quest to produce affordable well – constructed and beautifully designed architectural details that ensure your project will be both elegance in appearance and meet today’s highest technical standards.
PW products are lightweight, durable,easy to install and available for shipment worldwide. We offer interior and exterior shapes suitable for every level of design sophistication. Our products include base-coated materials design for final field-finishing by stucco and painting professionals and an array of stone-like finished detailings virtually indistinguishable from those crafted from the finest quarried stones. Our specialized manufacturing equipment, installation systems and specialty coating formulations allow us to offer a quality building profiling system unlike anything else on the market today.
We firmly believe Patterson Whittaker products offer the single best value of any modern architectural detailing system.