Case Study: Private Residence - Essex
Project Synopsis: A magnificent steel screen takes centre stage in this refurbished home
This spectacular Victorian home in the market town of Epping has been recently redesigned by Cherie Lee Interiors. Part of their client’s brief was to design every space with visibility and access to the garden and with this in mind, the use of an interior screen suited the project perfectly.
An immense 5 metre wide steel and glass partition was incorporated into the plans, to divide the hallway and open plan kitchen. The bespoke screen includes 18 panes of glass and a feature kick panel along the bottom. Pyroswiss 30 minute integrity glass was used to increase fire protection.
The entire screen was painted in RAL 7021 (Black Grey) matt in keeping with the contemporary, modern styling throughout this period home.
Site: Private Residence, Essex
Interior Design: Cherie Lee Interiors 50a St Andrew St, Hertford SG14 1JA
Specification: Clement W20 steel door range with genuine T bars
Colour: RAL 7021 (Black Grey) matt
Furniture: Ash pull handles powder coated to match frame
8mm Pyroswiss30 minute integrity glass
Clement W20 bespoke steel windows and doors 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.
Photography: Ray Main www.raymain.co.uk