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This four storey terraced, Victorian house in North London’s Whitehall Park Conservation Area, has had a superb makeover. The project included a side and rear ground floor extension with internal reconfiguration. The changes provide additional living space, a luxurious kitchen and dining area, a larger master suite, snug and additional bathrooms.
The outside courtyard has been landscaped in keeping with the interior so both areas connect perfectly.
Clement Windows manufactured and installed the new black steel door screen. The handsome metal frames were made using slim EB24 profiles and feature a striking T bar design. Silverstar E glass was used to ensure increased thermal efficiency and light transmission.
The architect, Daniel Harris, said: “The focus for this project was on simple design, with luxurious contrasting products and materials. The rear extension, was clad in ‘Shou Sugi Ban’ charred timber which frames the new Clement steel doors beautifully. The interior features a herringbone flooring, a brass clad kitchen, a huge five metre strip skylight and specialist cast concrete pendant lights. The material choice aimed to create a synergy through the contrasting steel, brass and concrete finishes against the softer polished walnut and oak. The end result was a highly refined interior framing the dark fenestration. Once again, I was happy with both the product and service we received from Clement Windows.”
Site: Private Residence, London
Architect: Daniel Harris Architects, Unit 5, 53-55 North Cross Road, London, SE22 9ET
Contractor: Group Build Ltd, 2 Greenside Road, London, W12 9JG
Specification: Clement EB24 steel door screen with T bars
Colour: RAL 9004 (Signal Black) matt
Furniture: FA3006 Chelsea handles, powder coated to match the frame
Glazing: 4mm toughened low iron for the outer pane, 16mm argon in the cavity and 4mm Silverstar E toughened for the inner pane
Clement EB24 bespoke steel doors are manufactured from hot rolled steel window and door profiles generally in compliance with BS 6510 Revision 10 Nov 2020 which are produced from 98% recycled steel source material. Hot dip zinc galvanised to EN ISO BS:1461 and with a polyester powder coat paint finish to BS:6497 2005 EN 13438 2018.
Photography: GG Archard