Case Study: St Paul’s Church – Leeds
Project Synopsis: Striking steel door screen and matching window for Church renovation
St Paul’s Church in Leeds has been transformed with the addition of a large, bespoke steel door screen and feature steel window. The screen incorporates a pair of double doors, providing light and airiness. Both the new steel window and door set are made from Clement EB24 steel sections which include double glazed, argon filled glass units.
Mark Harlow, the Vicar, said "St Paul’s Church embarked on a major refurbishment of their 60 year old building to make a warm and welcoming, adaptable space while keeping to the original architect’s ideas. A key part of the brief was to widen the entrance corridor and allow light into one end. This has all been more than achieved using Clement’s metal frame windows and doors. These have helped create an additional space for people to meet and mix. The narrow profile of the frames has allowed maximum light and visual access between the spaces, while the rhythm of the glazing bars both modernise and blend with the architecture of the main worship space."
Site: St Paul’s Church, Ireland Wood, Leeds LS16 6BS
Architects: Pearce Bottomley Architects, 10 High Street, Tadcaster LS24 9AP
Contractor: RN Wooler & Company Ltd, Florence House, Lawkholme Business Park, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 3LA
Clement EB24 suite of steel windows and doors.
Specification: Pull handles with satin stainless finish
Colour: RAL 7016 Anthracite Grey (matt)
Furniture: Chelsea handles in imperial bronze unlacquered finish with matching Soho peg stays
Clement EB24 bespoke steel windows and doors are manufactured from hot rolled steel window sections generally in compliance with BS 6510 which are produced 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.