Case Study: Private Residence - The Maple Building, London
Project Synopsis: Fabulous warehouse conversion benefits from Clement W40 steel windows
Clement have replaced hundreds of industrial style steel windows at the newly restored Maple Building in Kentish Town, North West London. Dating back to the 1890s, the building has an interesting history. It was originally home to Maple & Co, furniture makers for the royal family. Then in the First World War sections of the factory were secretly modified to produce fighter plane components, canvas tents and other supplies for front line troops. More recently the building was used for office space until developers The Linton Group acquired it, turning an old converted warehouse into five floors of luxury apartments and penthouses.
Interior architects, Gordon-Duff & Linton insisted upon a high specification throughout, focusing on strong acoustic and design performance. Clement W40 steel windows were the perfect choice, complementing the cosy, well-lit interiors that are a feature of the building, as well as offering superb quality and an impeccable match to the original fenestration.
“The Maple Building is our flagship development. It has bags of industrial charm and period character due to its many original features. The steel windows by Clement respect and enhance these while simultaneously complementing the high specification modern interior design of the project.” said Gemma Gordon-Duff, Managing Director at Gordon-Duff & Linton.
Site: The Maple Building, Highgate Rd, London,
Architect: Clive Sall Architecture, London, E2 7RJ
Specification: Clement W40 steel window range
Colour: RAL7022 Umbra Grey (matt)
Furniture: 158SF – GM Hampstead handles with matching peg stays in gun metal finish
All hinges powder coated to match frames
27.2mm krypton filled and 26.8mm argon filled acoustic glass units
Clement W40 bespoke steel windows are manufactured from hot rolled steel window sections generally in compliance with BS 6510 which are produced entirely from recycled steel source material. Hot dip zinc galvanised to EN ISO BS:1461 and with a polyester powder coat paint finish to BS:6497 or BS EN 13438.