Case Study: Private Residence - London
Project Synopsis: A ‘full house’ of Clement steel door screens and partitions
This North London family home has undergone a total transformation by our client Sara-Int Renovations Ltd. Two existing extensions have been demolished, the front entrance has been repositioned and the lower ground floor entirely rebuilt. The terrace off the living room was also reconstructed and now benefits from a spiral staircase which connects to the garden.
The newly designed house showcases various styles of bespoke Clement steel window door screens and partitions, all with genuine T bars. Internally a fabulous steel partition acts as a wall to separate a landing space from the kitchen. Slim Clement W20 steel sections were used to create this stunning feature which creates both an abundance of light and a feeling of space. This partition was fitted with Pyroswiss, integrity only fire resistant glass, allowing it to perform in excess of 30 minutes where ordinary toughened glass cannot.
At the rear of the property you can see a trio of Clement double door screens, one of which includes a beautiful curved head. The EB24 range, which benefits from 24mm double glazed units, was used for all three sets of exterior doors.
Site: Private Residence, London
Contractor: Sara-Int Renovations Ltd, 272 Abbeydale Rd, London HA0 1TW
Interior Designer: Clifton Interiors, 168 Regent’s Park Road‚ London NW1 8XN
Specification: Clement EB24 & W20 steel door range with genuine T Bars
Colour: RAL 7002 (Umbra Grey) matt
Furniture: FA3006 Chelsea handle powder coated to match frames
24mm insulated glass units, gas filled and 8mm Pyroswiss 30min integrity glass
Clement EB24 & W20 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.
Photographs purchased from Clifton Interiors, taken by Graham Gaunt Photography.