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1930s house beautifully restored with EB24 steel windows by Clement

Sensitivity was key when it came to choosing the right replacement steel windows for this refurbishment of a beautiful 1930s property in Farnham, in south west Surrey. After detailed consultation, the client selected EB24 windows using the G+ multi pane system with Fenestra joints. This offered a high performance window that replicated the profiles of the client’s existing windows, offering elegant sight lines but with the advantages of much improved thermal performance, a modern locking system and low maintenance.

19th century restored church transformed into 5 unique luxury homes with new Clement steel windows and rooflights

A 19th century Listed Building, St Paul’s Church, has a prominent position at the top of St John’s Hill in Battersea. Current owners, The James Laurence Group, worked alongside the London Borough of Wandsworth Planning Department to agree how best this historical building should be restored and provided with a new lease of life. Clement were chosen to supply all the steel windows and conservation rooflights. The bespoke demands of the project required Clement to use two steel window ranges. Both W20 and EB24 were fitted to create the beautiful shaped windows which include club heads.

A magnificent steel screen takes centre stage in this refurbished home

This spectacular Victorian home in the market town of Epping has been recently redesigned by Cherie Lee Interiors. Part of their client's brief was to design every space with visibility and access to the garden and with this in mind, an immense 5 metre wide steel and glass partition was incorporated into the plans, to divide the hallway and open plan kitchen. The bespoke screen includes 18 panes of glass and a feature kick panel along the bottom. Pyroswiss 30 minute integrity glass was used to increase fire protection. Design: Cherie Lee Interiors. Photography: www.raymain.co.uk.

A perfect trio of Clement steel door screens

Bygga Construction extended this magnificent London family home to include a master suite and guest wing. As part of the project the basement was dug out to create a massive family room, complete with wine cellar. Three Clement double steel door sets were included in the design for the rear elevation. Not only do these create a stunning feature but they allow plenty of natural light into the increased family living space.

A sensitive steel window restoration preserves the character of this delightful 1930s home

Not surprisingly the owners of this property wanted double glazing but it was essential that the look of their character house was retained. Clement EB24 steel windows have been conceived to do just that so they were chosen as the best replacement product for this project. The 24mm double glazed unit had 18mm marginal oval leads applied skilfully to the inside and outside of the outer pane to replicate the unique leaded light look but creating a much more thermally efficient window. The frame colour was matched with RAL 9010 white, complemented with dark bronze effect handles and peg stays.

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.

Another perfect delivery of steel windows into a listed restoration project

Clement have now completed their third phase of works at Norwich City Hall, an Art Deco building completed in 1938 and designed by architects Charles Holloway James and Stephen Rowland Pierce. Clement replaced the original steel windows in this listed property with new Clement W20 windows, improving energy efficiency and security whilst retaining the character of this wonderful landmark building. Morgan Sindall, the main contractors on the project, have awarded Clement a Perfect Delivery Certificate for the works carried out.

Beautiful Abbey sensitively preserved with EB20 steel windows

Naturally this was an incredibly sensitive project for Clement. This Listed Building is of great architectural significance and the fact that we would be replacing metal windows, some of which were over 170 years old, meant a great deal of planning and thought went into deciding the correct specification. Clement’s EB20 range of steel windows was specified by the architect to best replicate the original windows, while still improving the thermal efficiency which was so important for the building’s residents, the religious order of Saint Bernard.

Beautiful shaped steel windows bring light into one of Harpenden’s best eateries!

Victoria Works was built in 1913, and was originally designed as one of England's first cinemas. It remained the White Palace Cinema until 1934 and since then the building has been occupied by various businesses. The Strada restaurant chain selected the Victoria Works Building for their new Harpenden branch in 2010. Clement’s EB24 steel window range created the stunning feature curved windows for the front elevation. The wall of the front elevation was opened up to insert the new windows that flood the restaurant with masses of natural light.

Bonhams Auction House bids…and buys steel windows from Clement!

Bonhams is a fabulously idiosyncratic 1930s building, situated on prestigious New Bond Street, in West London. The building is Art Deco in style, listed and within a Conservation Area. Architects Lifschutz Davidson & Sandilands led a £30million restoration project and sensitivity was key. The work included replacing the original steel windows on the front elevation facing Woodstock Street and Blenheim Street. Clement W20 steel windows were chosen to match the design of the existing windows. The new windows were fitted with toughened, laminated glass and silicone fronted using dark bronze silicone (to replicate the early putty fronting).

Charming cottage style house re-vamped with EB24 steel windows

EB24 cottage pane style steel windows featuring the G+ system with a Fenestra joint were chosen by the client to replicate and replace the original windows in this beautiful 1930s private residence. The open-sided loggia leads out to the garden - Clement were able to manufacture this screen in the EB24 window system to match all other fenestration. The new EB24 windows to the feature stairwell window allow lots of light into the centre of the house. The original timber surrounds were in good condition throughout the property and so were retained by Clement to house the new steel windows.

Clement Conservation Rooflights chosen for this 500 year old Grade II listed property rescue!

The Old Court House was on the verge of collapse when purchased by its current owner. The Local Planning Authority had placed a Section 106 agreement on the property detailing its rescue from dereliction and were preparing to increase its listing status to Grade I as it was rumoured to be a hunting lodge gifted by Queen Elizabeth to Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester. Dating carried out during the course of the works confirmed that the building had been constructed in phases between 1526 and 1613.

Clement Conservation Rooflights feature on the popular Channel 4 show George Clarke's 'Old House, New Home'

Clement was thrilled to be asked to provide rooflights for an exciting renovation project which was showcased on George Clarke’s ‘Old House, New Home’ on Channel 4. The Clement 5 range of Conservation Rooflights was specified in a tile profile to transform the new first floor landing space which is now used as a study area. The rooflights provide a modern and stylish look on the inside in keeping with the new interior, but when viewed from the outside they also appear perfectly suited to the character of this beautiful Arts and Crafts property.

Clement EB16 steel windows specified for Lambeth Borough Conservation Area

Harleyford Court is a residential building which sits within the London Borough of Lambeth’s Vauxhall Conservation Area. Clement worked closely with Lambeth Planning Authority to agree precise details on the replica replacement steel windows for this red brick building. Clement’s bespoke EB16 steel window range was chosen to replace the existing single glazed fenestration. Despite being fitted with slim 16mm glass units, they benefit from being krypton filled and Part L compliant, offering improved thermal efficiency over that of the original windows.

Clement interior steel screen used to separate office and showroom space

When reclaimed tile and wooden floor specialists Bert and May contacted Clement to see if we could make a steel screen including door for their stunning London E2 showroom we knew we could help them achieve exactly what they wanted. Using Clement W20 steel sections in anthracite grey and 6.4mm laminated glass units Clement created this stunning divider for what was previously an open space.

Clement replace steel windows at landmark Grade II listed Old Marylebone Town Hall

Clement Windows Group have replaced the original steel fenestration at the Old Marylebone Town Hall, recently leased by the London Business School from Westminster Council on a 35 year renewable contract. In order to increase teaching facilities by 70 percent, the building has undergone a major £60m refurbishment and Wates Construction were chosen as the Main Contractors to undertake the challenge of joining the two iconic buildings in an eclectic mix of the traditional and contemporary. The new building, designed by architects Sheppard Robson, is named the Sammy Ofer Centre in honour of the late Sammy Ofer KBE.

Clement rooflights flood daylight into this sensitively converted, luxury Listed Building

Over thirty Clement Conservation Rooflights have been installed into this impressive conversion in Battersea. The Sanctuary is a 19th century Listed Building, previously St Paul’s Church, now four outstanding apartments and one exquisite house. A variety of rooflight shapes and sizes were chosen to suit various room requirements, including Clement 3, 4, 5 and 6, all standard sizes available from stock. A slate profile was specified to achieve a flush finish on the outside of the building.

Clement slate profile conservation rooflights look wonderful in this Grade II* Listed mansion

City & Country have created an selection of exquisite apartments at Bentley Priory, a Grade II* listed18th Century Mansion House and adjoining historic buildings. Clement supplied all the conservation rooflights for the stunning development which is set within 57 areas of parkland. The Clement 6 range, in a slate profile, was specified for its fine looks and to fill the living areas with light. The slate profile ensured a beautiful, flush finish on the outside in keeping with the magnificent property, as well as a sophisticated appearance on the inside to match the luxurious feel of the rooms.

Clement steel screen creates the ‘WOW’ factor in this striking London apartment

London based Granit Architects, chose Clement Windows to manufacture and install this fabulous two storey steel screen for this residential project in Clapham. Clement’s EB24 steel window system was specified for its slim, strong sections, allowing maximum light gain. The screen which included a multi point locking single door on the ground floor is polyester powder coated in RAL 9005 matt black and finished with a dark bronze effect handle.

Clement steel screens create a sensational backdrop to roof terrace at iconic film studios

Twickenham Studios was established in 1913 and is one of the UK’s oldest and most celebrated film and TV studios. The Lounge is the Studio's new rooftop bar. This fabulous facility is accessed through brand new Clement steel screens. Made from strong EB24 steel sections, they are robust, but also incredibly slim and elegant. The bespoke doors have genuine T bars and a high glass specification, including Guardian Sun Guard offering solar protection and an argon gas filled cavity which improves thermal efficiency.

Clement steel windows come in all shapes and sizes!

This project involved the demolition of an existing two storey extension to the original house which was built around 1840 in the Barnsbury Conservation Area in Islington in North London. The interior layout was unsuitable and the owners wanted to bring more natural light and views of the garden into the space. Clement provided the stunning EB24 steel windows and doors which provide a sharp contrast to the oak boarding and make the extension look as if it is floating, enabling excellent views across the garden and surrounding area.

Clement steel windows light up Central London hotel

Part of the Melia Hotels & Resorts Group since 1999, Melia White House is situated in a striking Grade II listed Art Deco building close to London’s Regent’s Park. Following discussions with Camden Planning, the Clement EB24 range of new steel windows with welded G+ multi pane system was installed. In total nearly 800 windows were installed in two phases requiring the Clement team to work to an exacting schedule.

Clement steel windows, doors and screens feature throughout this fabulous Vineyard

Sedlescombe is England's oldest organic wine estate. The new owners have totally transformed the Vineyard's shop and tasting room with a stunning combination of steel and glass being incorporated through the whole building design. The enormous pair of radius head door screens provide a magnificent feature both internally and externally. They are in keeping with the natural surroundings and a fabulous backdrop to the shop. Inside you will find further Clement EB24 door screens and doors used to beautifully partition rooms and allow light to flow through the building.

Clement steel windows, doors and screens used throughout this fabulous new build

Just at the edge of Somerton in Somerset you will find The Long House, a 350 sq m concrete frame, new build house designed by Neil Choudhury Architects. Clement bespoke steel windows and doors were chosen for their beautifully slim frames, in keeping with the design of the building. All the new fenestration was coated with Signal Black polyester powder paint in a matt finish which perfectly complements the blue lias stone walls, charred timber cladding and dark grey zinc roof.

College’s striking fenestration replicated with new Clement W20 steel windows

Framlingham College was founded in 1864.The land on which the college was built was originally part of the Castle estate, left by Sir Thomas Hitcham in 1636 to Pembroke Hall, Cambridge. Included in the Governors’ recent £4million development initiative was the restoration of the original metal windows within the schools boarding accommodation. Clement were chosen to sensitively replace the windows in both the Stradbrook and Rendlesham buildings. To replicate the unusual, shaped head existing windows, the Clement W20 range of steel windows was specified with vertical pivots and genuine T glazing bars.

EB24 steel windows at their best!

The architectural team at Henley College, a sixth form college in Oxfordshire, specified EB24 steel windows for the refurbishment of one of its two sites, ‘Rotherfield’. The Victorian Gothic style building had original white steel windows which after 150 years of use were no longer fit for purpose. After researching the market, EB24 was chosen as the right product to replace the existing windows due to its elegant appearance, ability to be made into beautiful patterns to match the existing windows, great security and energy performance.

EB24 steel windows chosen for ‘cottage style’ private home

A classic steel window project for Clement. A character property with beautiful, original leaded light steel windows which after over 70 years of service are in need of replacement. Clement’s EB24 offers the perfect solution with its elegant frames to match those of the existing windows. Advantages include multi point locking for high security and dual colour offering one colour inside to match your interior and another outside to complement your home.

Elegance and green credentials…it has to be EB24 steel windows!

What a fantastic example of EB24 steel windows and doors as the main feature for a recent new build project! With character leaded lights used for the front of the property and clear glass at the back to maximise light and views over the landscaped garden.

Fabulous interior complemented with tall, dark and handsome steel frames

Appreciating the recent trend of industrial style steel screens being incorporated in modern interiors, Cherie Lee, Director of Cherie Lee Interiors, chose to include the look within one of her latest amazing projects. The Clement W20 suite of steel frames in RAL 7021 black grey (matt) was chosen as the correct product and colour to complement the décor. The use of steel screens internally allows maximum solar gain and adds a striking feature. The result is stunning and the client is very happy with the final result.

Finally down come the boards and in go the Clement steel windows!

Opposite the railway station in Leeds City Square is the Majestic. An iconic building, Grade II listed, for many years it was derelict. Developers Rushbond plc acquired the building to create prime leisure accommodation and also a feature roof top external trading area. The works included the reinstatement of all of the original windows on the first and second floors for which Clement W20 was chosen. Offering slim, elegant sight lines and the ability to create stunning shapes, replicating the original fenestration it was the right choice for this project.

Fine steel windows retain the unique original character of this stunning property

This fine house was built in the 1920s, one of its features was the unusual ‘chequerboard’ black and white design of the original windows. The clients wished to replicate this, which required selected opening windows to be powder coated in black so as to contrast against the white outer frames. A magnificent 24-pane bay window is a prime feature of the house and shows off this unique design. The clients chose windows from Clement’s EB24 range with rectangular leaded lights. To provide added security, all the windows and doors were fitted with Clement’s multi point locking system.

Fleet Street offices modernised with striking internal steel screens

Just 100 metres away from the Royal Courts of Justice in London stands 188 Fleet Street, which until recently was the home of bankers Coutts & Co. The 35,000 sq ft building, purchased for £11 million, has been recently refurbished by HD Architects to house a publishing company. The renovated office benefits from a number of striking internal steel screens which feature throughout the office and contribute to the amount of natural daylight that filters through the space.

Former Church gets new lease of life, after being renovated into four superb homes

Sensitivity was key when renovating this property and the majority of the original features have been preserved. Original stone walls, lintels and cills have been repaired and impeccably replaced. The walls and roofs have been insulated and energy saving measures implemented to create a comfortable, efficient living environment. Although it was possible to restore some of the original fenestration, double glazed replacement steel windows were still required throughout the building. Clement were thrilled to manufacture these new steel windows and doors.

Former Church gets new lease of life, after being renovated into four superb homes

Charters Property recently purchased this deconsecrated church and have transformed the building into a prestigious development of four fabulous homes. Sensitivity was key when renovating the property and the majority of the original features have been preserved. Various Clement ranges were used to meet the different requirements of the project - the Brooking range was used for the beautiful arch head windows on the front elevation, EB16 was used for other windows where silicone fronting was not required and W20 was used for the steel doors. Clement 2 and 4 Conservation Rooflights were also specified to let more light in.

Grade II listed former Police HQ now home to the YMCA

After many years of being out of use, the former police HQ (CID) building on Bridewell Island in Central Bristol has been renovated and is now the new YMCA Bristol hostel. John Perkins Construction carried out the work along with Ferguson Mann Architects and assistance from the Bristol City Council Conservation Team. Preserving the beauty of this Grade II Listed Building, which dates back to 1928, was paramount although it was vital that the completed building offered a modern specification for 21st century living. Clement Windows Group were selected to provide the new steel windows.

High profile Central Park apartment block beautifully restored with new EB24 steel windows

The Eldorado building has been described as one of the finest Art Deco structures in New York City, and rightly so! The Eldorado Resident’s Committee contacted Clement’s New York representatives, Skyline Windows, as there was a requirement to replace the original 1930s windows in a large number of apartments. Skyline Windows received a strict brief from ‘Landmark’ (the USA’s equivalent of Heritage England) to ensure that the building’s authentic appearance was retained. Bespoke EB24 steel windows by Clement were specified, as they would match the existing fenestration, whilst also offering improved thermal performance and enhanced security.

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