Brian J. Billings Architects- Architecture & Interior design- 225 E. Jacoby Street Norristown, Pennsylvania 19401


A pair of oak candelabras grace a rural church in upstate Pennsylvania. 2000-2008
Home Office
This desk suite was crafted in cherry and is in a Victorian style, with classical elements. The design incorporates a desktop of Corian with a cherry edge molding; file cabinets, wall cabinets; display shelves   and lighting. 2002
Stereo Cabinet
A ‘lowboy’ variant on the corner cabinet hides the stereo. Side doors are for the CD’s. Granite countertop matches the tops in the Kitchen, around the corner. 2002
Chest-on-Chest Display Cabinet
This unique piece is a combination of traditional types, built from walnut. It is closest in form to the chest on chest, except that the top section is a display breakfront, instead of a chest of drawers. This arrangement, with the countertop, (in granite with a molded edge) is also reminiscent of the “Hoosier” cupboards that   once served a more utilitarian function in American kitchens. 2002
TV Corner Cabinet
A traditional corner cupboard, in maple, with classical details, this unit serves a modern function, with slide away doors to hide the tube when it is not in use. 2002
Library Wall Unit
This four bay unit fills the length of one wall of the room. Each bay is a little different, based on its particular situation and function. 1992
Bookcase Wall Unit
This stately bookcase, with counter, features inset raised-panel doors, in the traditional manner. Crown molding and base wrap top and bottom, unifying the cabinetry and the room. 1987
Wall Unit
A contemporary entertainment and storage unit fits neatly into its own alcove. It is made entirely of oak and oak veneer, even the pulls, with a light stain and clear finish. 1984
Brian J. Billings, Archictects     225 E. Jacoby Street Norristown, PA 19401     610.277.6717