View the following videos to learn more about Willet Hauser Architectural Glass.
Willet Hauser - A Tradition of Excellence - Part 1
A tour of stained glass windows created by Willet Hauser Architectural Glass, Inc. Since 1898 Willet Hauser Architectural Glass has a legacy of stunning stained glass design and over six decades of renowned restoration. Willet Hauser has completed tens of thousands of projects throughout the United States and in 14 countries around the world.
Willet Hauser Public Art
A collection of mostly faceted stained glass windows and panels created by Willet Hauser Architectural Glass, Inc. The opening photos show leaded stained glass memorial windows dedicated to those who perished in the 9/11 tragedy in New York. Also shown is an entire public building fabricated of faceted glass (the Hall of Science at the Museum of Science and Technology in New York); a wall of faceted glass in the Smithsonian in Washington, DC; a wall of blue faceted glass at a transit station in Connecticut; many windscreen panels for thirty MTA stations in NYC; and some very colorful leaded windows for a library in Texas.
The Making of Carlstadt's 9/11 Stained Glass Memorial Window
Carlstadt, NJ has the sad distinction of being the only town to have lost an individual at each of the September 11th terror sites. Willet Hauser spent two years making this monumental window that is completely handmade and dedicated to those people Carlstadt lost on that fateful day.
A video interview of one of the owners of Willet Hauser Architectural Glass, Inc. by Shari Rosen. Jim Hauser discusses and shows some of the studio's recent work on Public Art.