As experts in period fenestration, we are aware of the need for steel windows that are sensitive to historical architecture, windows with character which comply with energy and security regulations. For this reason, we have developed our Brooking Windows range.
Developed in collaboration with The Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust and other conservation bodies, the Brooking range of windows takes its name from the Founder of The Brooking National Collection, Charles Brooking, an internationally renowned collector, conservationist and architectural historian with whom the Clement Windows Group has had a long association. The Brooking National Collection is a broad collection of period British windows, doors and other associated historic detailing.
Designed for buildings which require a specialist ‘putty fronted’ system, these windows are specifically for use in sensitive fenestration projects where a traditional appearance is required and can be specified as either single glazed or insulated glass units, making them suitable for use in Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas.
Dependent on the individual property and architectural requirements, windows from the Brooking range are specified with traditional single point locking and can be adapted using powder coating and weather stripping details.
- 16mm insulated glass units, silicone fronted
- Single point locking
- Various glazing options
- Supplied with semi, round or gothic style heads, or ‘curved on plan’