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Melia Hotel, London
Newsletter: January 2020
Happy New Year and welcome to the first newsletter of 2020!
2019 proved to be yet another busy year for Clement Windows Group. We provided bespoke steel windows for a number of exciting commercial and residential projects including Newman Street, Soho and Gerrard Place in Chinatown, the India Building in Liverpool and Seddlescombe Vineyard near Battle in East Sussex. We hope to bring you more news and images of these soon.
Last year we completed the second phase of works at Central London hotel Melia White House. This really is a stunning Art Deco building and you can see more pictures of our windows in situ if you visit our Commercial Photo Gallery page here.
In November we sponsored the Small Project of the Year (up to £5m) category at the Building Awards for the fourth consecutive year. Penoyre + Prasad won the award for The Pavilion at the Bobby Moore Academy and we were all entertained by comedian Kevin Bridges, Abandoman and the Brass Funkeys.
Our steel screens continue to be specified for a broad range of both residential and commercial projects. The newly designed North London home featured below showcases a steel partition between the landing space and the kitchen which was fitted with Pyroswiss, integrity only fire resistant glass, allowing it to perform in excess of 30 minutes where ordinary toughened glass would not.
The Twickenham Studios project detailed below shows how our steel screens can really add the 'wow' factor to a commercial project maximising stunning views and bringing abundant natural light into a space. Get in touch if you want to feature a screen in your latest project!
As reported in a previous newsletter Clement Conservation Rooflights have now featured on two popular television shows and the case study for the second of these, George Clarke's 'Old House, New Home', is now available to view here.
We hope you will be informed and inspired...
Clement steel windows light up Central London hotel A 'full house' of Clement steel door screens and partitions Our steel screens create a sensational backdrop at iconic film studios
Melia Hotel, London
Melia White House Hotel is situated in a striking Grade II listed Art Deco building near London's Regent's Park. Originally a luxury apartment building, during the Second World War the distinctive shape of the building meant it was used by the Germans as a compass and consequently it was never bombed.
The building has been recently renovated and we are delighted to have manufactured and installed to date nearly 800 windows from the Clement EB24 steel window range.
Private Residence - London
This stunning London family home was completely transformed by our client Sara-Int Renovations Ltd and includes a number of different styles of bespoke Clement steel window door screens and partitions installed both internally and externally, all with genuine T bars.
This project shows the breadth of possibility with Clement steel screens – you can see how it is possible to incorporate a beautiful curved head or to include fire resistant glass.
Twickenham Film Studios
Twickenham Studios was established in 1913 and is one of the UK's oldest and most celebrated film and TV studios, responsible for classic films such as The Italian Job and Gandhi.
Located at the top of the building with panoramic views over Richmond Park, The Lounge is Twickenham Studio's new rooftop bar. This fabulous new facility includes a roof terrace accessed via Clement steel screens. Made from strong EB24 steel sections, they are robust but also incredibly slim and elegant.
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