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Hafele UK Ltd

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Access Control- The Highdown Hotel

Access Control- The Highdown Hotel

Hafele UK Ltd

The design committee at The Highdown Hotel opted for Hafele's Dialock DT710 door terminal sets for their upgrade, designed and was supplied and maintained by Häfele. An advanced locking and identification system, Dialock uses electronic keys, terminals and programming units to allow authorised access with the option to add on keyless smart phone entry at a later date. All of the Highdown’s guestroom doors, as well as the building’s main entrance, have now been fitted with Dialock. The stainless steel handle sets gave the required contemporary touch to a traditional environment.
Häfele UK Wombats Youth Hostel Project

Häfele UK Wombats Youth Hostel Project

Hafele UK Ltd

The trendy Wombats youth hostel sits on the edge of the City of London, offering a contemporary space in an up-and-coming part of London. The refurbishment, designed by London-based architectural practice Mulroy Architects, has bought new life to the space, which was once 19th Century Seaman’s Mission. Hafele Dialock system was supplied for guest rooms for access control. • Second place in the Hospitality category in the RIBA GAI Specification awards 2017 Shortlisted in the 'Hotels' category for the AJ Retrofit Awards 2015 • Commended in the 'Hotels and Hospitality' category for the New London Architecture Awards 2015
Maggies Caring Centre - West London

Maggies Caring Centre - West London

Hafele UK Ltd

Häfele’s high performance sliding systems – Hawa Junior 80 and 120 which are designed to give silent finger touch operation even with heavy wooden doors up to 120 kgs each. The systems are tested up to and far beyond the EN1527 for sliding door systems guaranteeing years of trouble free use. This was the first Maggie’s Centre in England which are designed as a non institutional home from home to provide care and advice to people affected by cancer. Founder Maggie Keswick Jencks had a profound belief that architecture and environment can deeply affect how you feel

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