Case Study: Private Residence - London
Project Synopsis: Gymnasium and pool in this London basement are divided in style!
Dividing these three rooms could have resulted in this London basement being a dark and uninviting space. However, the use of Clement steel and glass screens has not only created a major design statement, but has also allowed the natural light from what are relatively small windows to fill the entire floor. The end result is fabulous.
Steel sections from the Clement W20 range were used to create the interior doors and complement the Clement EB24 steel windows. All the frames were polyester powder coated in RAL 7021 Black Grey (matt) and FA5246 handles and folding openers were chosen to finish the look, which were also powder coated to match the frames.
Our client said: “I am delighted with my stylish Clement steel screens and doors. The pool is used for private swimming lessons and the glazed screens make it a wonderful light and airy space whilst also creating a warm and safe environment for the parent and baby classes.”
Specification: ClementW20 & EB24 suites of steel sections
Furniture: FA5246 handle with adjustable roller catch for the doors, folding opener and lock for the windows
All handles and hinges powder coated to match frames
6.4mm laminated glass units for doors and 24mm argon filled insulated glass units for the windows
Clement W20 & EB24 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.