Colditz castle: Teckentrups fire-protection in a historical building with all glass fire doors and fire doorsets creates a brilliantly sympathetic fire protection solution

by Teckentrup UK Ltd

The recently renovated 'schloss Colditz' in Saxony, Germany is a great example of how to reconcile the often conflicting demands of historic preservation and fire-protection. The renovation has not just fulfilled fire-protection requirements but the planners have used extremely discreet solutions that fit with historic preservation requirements. Many of the passageways have been fitted with Teckentrup T30 all-glass doors, which combine functionality with aesthetics and maximum transparency.

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