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February 4th, 2022
Over the course of 2021, we have had the pleasure of working on a number of commercial projects which now feature our range of high quality, bespoke steel windows, steel-framed doors and screens and conservation rooflights.
We have taken a look back at some of our favourite projects from the year and picked out a few highlights.
Possibly one of the most distinct examples of ‘Stripped Classicism’ architecture in the UK is Waltham Forest Town Hall. The office building was designed by architect Philip Hepworth and constructed between 1938 and 1942. In 2019, the council approved an extensive programme of renovations, including the replacement of all the original steel windows. Working with the client to select the right high-quality product for the project, a suite of Clement W20 white metal windows with dark bronze fittings were installed seamlessly, despite being in the midst of a pandemic.
Find out more about the details of this project here.
Situated in the middle of London on the boundary of the Smithfield Conservation Area, this stunning office refurbishment was completed with the aim of preserving the original aesthetic of the building, while simultaneously enabling a large amount of natural light to flow throughout. The client selected a suite of steel windows from our Clement EB24 range, coated in Jet Black polyester powder paint.
Take a look at this stunning transformation here.
Set in London’s West End, this fantastic example of 1930s Art Deco architecture was formerly known as The Media Village. After being acquired by The Office Group (TOG), Douglas House was transformed into a colourful, open and light space that reflects distinctive 1930s features throughout. With the aim of creating an environment that promotes productivity and wellness, the building features designated rooms that inspire activity. More than 300 Clement EB24 steel windows painted white and with Warren satin chrome handles lend a contemporary look to the building and serve the client’s brief of increasing natural light.
Find out more about this location here.
The City of London Freemen’s School in Brixton has undergone extensive modernisation and redesign over the last decade, including a suite of Clement fire rated metal doors and screens to ensure the building met Building Regulations. The Grade II* listed main house was fitted with 8mm fire-rated glass panes finished with a Signal Black gloss paint, in keeping with the character and charm of the original building.
Find out more about the project, here
Interested in finding out more about our commercial projects? Take a look at our case studies page.
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