You focus on form. We'll take care of function.
Complex projects require more than custom products. Pella Architectural Solutions is dedicated to helping you bring your vision to life with products like Pella® Reserve™ – Contemporary windows, and fenestration tools, services and resources for your building envelope – so you can achieve your design intent without sacrificing performance.
Going Beyond the Glass
- Design and performance analysis
- Performance and application info
- Product selection guidance
- Custom products
- Preliminary design drawings
- Custom extrusion design
- Installation design
- CAD and BIM files
Additional Project Resources
- Budget assistance and value engineering
- Code compliance expertise
- Thermal analysis
- Training and education
Awarded Best Window & Door Product 2021
The revolutionary Easy-Slide Operator hardware — winner of the International Builders’ Show award. Since our founding in 1925, we have focused on developing innovative designs that bring modern technology and aesthetics to the window and door industry.
Learn About Our Architectural Design Manual
Products Certified by Passive House
Select Pella Reserve windows have been certified by Passive House Institute US (PHIUS) for use in a passive home. A passive house is incredibly efficient and comfortable, using only small amounts of energy for heating and cooling. Explore Pella Reserve windows and patio doors for your passive home project.
Renovating a Historic Landmark for the Boys and Girls Club
Built in 1903, Public School 186 in Harlem, New York, was a beautifully detailed Italian Renaissance Beaux Arts building. In 1970 the school closed, and the building sat empty for over 40 years. Discover how the Boys and Girls Club of Harlem saw the building's enormous potential and gave it the restoration it deserved – including new Pella windows.
Pella Architectural Scholarship Program
The Pella program awards scholarships to 3rd, 4th and 5th year architecture students at American universities accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) or Canadian universities accredited by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB). It is designed to further the students' and the schools' understanding of architecture with an emphasis on quality fenestration design.
The scholarship program is a collaboration between participating Pella sales branches and Pella Corporation. Guidelines for awarding the scholarships are determined by the school and the local Pella sales branch. Most scholarships are awarded on either performance or project basis, and the winners typically receive a stipend for tuition support, scholarship for travel and/or study grant.
For more information please contact your local Pella representative.