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250 Bespoke Eclisse Classic Pocket Door Systems supplied to prestigious development in Belgravia

Inspired by traditional Belgravia garden squares, Chelsea Barracks is an exceptional development that will create an entirely new neighbourhood combining magnificent townhouses and spacious apartments with five acres of landscaped gardens, exclusive shops, fine-dining and state-of-the-art leisure facilities. Product: 250 bespoke Classic Pocket Door Systems. Location: Chelsea Bridge Road, London, SW1W 8RG Developer: Qatari Diar Group Architect: Masterplanners - Dixon Jones, Squire & Partners and landscape architect Kim Wilkie Development: Over 440 two to Seven bedroom luxury residences and townhouses Completion: The development is being completed in phases with the final phase expected to be completed in 2024.

99 Eclisse pocket doors installed in exclusive Islington Square Development

17 Esther Anne Place in Islington, originally a post office building, has been converted into luxury flats and warehouse style apartments. It is a development that builds on the richness and variety of the area, mixing Edwardian flair with modern living. It retains the redbrick facade of the sorting office at ground level, combined with a zinc-clad frame on the upper floors making it an eye catching centre piece to Islington Square. Product: Classic 99 Eclisse pocket door systems Location: Upper Street, Islington Developer: Sager / Cain Hoy Architect: CZWG Development: 169 private units Completion: Q4 2017

Eclisse supply pocket door systems to the winning development of the Civic Voice Awards.

This new regeneration project by Crest Nicholson, boasts high quality residences from studio apartments to four bedroom homes. The building provided much needed new housing for the area. Alison Brook architects won the housing section of the Civic Voice Design Awards. The judges said: ‘This is a stunning housing development which provides an interesting contemporary take on a proud local identity’. Eclisse were delighted to provide 55 classic pocket door systems for this important development. Source: www.crestnicholson.com Development: Bath Riverside Product: 55 Classic Eclisse Pocket Door Systems. Developer: Crest Nicholson PLC Architect: Alison Brook Architects

Eclisse supply the Lukas Koch foundation with Eclisse Hoist Pocket Door Systems.

Sliding pocket doors are hugely beneficial when designing new or refurbished accommodation for people with disabilities where inclusive design is deemed important. More than 30 sliding pocket door systems and 11 Eclisse Hoist pocket door systems have been installed inside the new building. The Eclisse Hoist pocket door system has meant that a hoist lift can be between rooms to transport the young people from one area to another. Three ECLISSE Hoist pocket door systems have been installed in the physiotherapy area and a motorised lifting system in the pool area.

Taper Building Apartments

With an emphasis on attention to detail, a high quality specification and the objective to make the most of light and space, it is unsurprising that Eclisse pocket door systems were chosen for apartments in the Taper Building. This striking Taper Building in London SE1, comprises of 56 apartments 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. The apartment interiors have been planned by award winning interior designers Stiff + Trevillion. Development: 56 Apartments Product: 37 Single Classic Pocket Door Systems Developer: Shape Real Estate Architect: MCA Marchini Curran Associates. Interior designed by Stiff + Trevillion

Westminster Quarter development

ECLISSE are delighted to have been the supplier of choice for this prestigious development in the heart of historic London. The Westminster Quarter development comprises of 102 private luxury apartments, many with private outdoor space. Residents will also benefit from an exclusive gym, 24hr concierge service and landscaped courtyard and the roof terrace and roof lounge have stunning views of the Houses of Parliament and other iconic landmarks. Completion: 2017 Residential Units: 102 Construction Cost: £35.5m Architect: White Ink Architects Client: Taylor Wimpey Contractor: McAleer & Rushe

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