Press Release | November 2018
Heritage Metalworks was honored to receive the 2018 Trumbauer Award for Architectural Arts/Craftsmanship, an award that recognizes excellence in contemporary classism by the Philadelphia Chapter of the ICAA.
Period Homes | November 2017
Once home to Henry and Clara Ford, the Fair Lane estate undergoes a restoration of epic proportion including numerous reproduction pieces by Heritage Metalworks.
Period Homes | July 2015
2015 Palladio Award winning project for “Best Sympathetic Addition” features Heritage Metalwork’s custom designed lighting, door and window hardware.
County Lines | February 2015
Chester County residential home with new construction, yet historic style won local architect the Gold Award for Outstanding Excellence for 2014, featuring Heritage Metalworks lighting
Signature Brandywine | April 2013
A peak inside the Heritage Metalworks shop, people and efforts behind the hanging lantern created for the Mallett Company’s Meta collection.
Main Line Today | February 2011
Majestic Chester County farmhouse defies its true age featuring traditional period lighting and hardware by Heritage Metalworks
An exhibition in London exploring the recent trend among European designers for unique or limited edition pieces that push the boundaries between art and design.
New Old House | Winter 2008
Universally hated pink stucco eyesore gets restored to a classic farmhouse, featuring lighting and hardware by Heritage Metalwork.
House & Garden | October 2008
Inaugural collection from Meta paired French legend Matali Crasset with Heritage Metalworks to push the traditional form and create a hanging lantern known as ‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend’.
Winterthur Magazine | November / December 2006
American Treasure, Winterthur Museum calls on Heritage Metalworks to reproduce damaged armillary sundial.
Antiques | November 2005
Heritage Metalworks uses lost-wax casting to reproduce Winterthur Museum armillary spheres.
Winterthur Magazine | Summer 2005
Heritage Metalworks helps historic armillary spheres return to the Winterthur Garden.
Chester County Town & Country Living | Winter 2003 / 2004
Business owners and brothers create and restore decorative pieces in brass and bronze.