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Hafele Functionality Cube

Hafele Functionality Cube

Hafele UK Ltd

39 Sq, Mtrs, More life per Sq. Metre Functionality Cube Location: Nagold, during the horticultural show. Size: 39 square metres. Location: on the water. Challenges: a functional apartment in which you can cook, eat, work, sleep and feel at home. Designed by: Häfele, Studio Aisslinger.
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
St. Mary's Church Selby - N. Yorkshire

St. Mary's Church Selby - N. Yorkshire

Hafele UK Ltd

Specification / scenario -Traditional Church building requiring discrete but effective access control and partition without spoiling the ambiance of the Church interior. A glass partition was needed to limit access at certain times of the day whilst not blocking out light. Maintaining the light intensity was a key factor in design brief.
Old Barn, La Chaux, Switzerland

Old Barn, La Chaux, Switzerland

Hafele UK Ltd

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Mossley Hill Church, Liverpool L18

Mossley Hill Church, Liverpool L18

Hafele UK Ltd

Building Type: Church The Award-winning redevelopment of the beloved St Matthew & St James Church in Liverpool centered on creating a functional, accessible and engaging space for the local community to enjoy. The extension and refurbishment work, which centered on sustainability, enhanced existing facilities whilst adding a new café area and bathroom facilities.
The Moon Resort

The Moon Resort

Hafele UK Ltd

Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort Location: Huzhou, Zhejiang. Planner: Shanghai Feizhou Group. Construction surface: 65.000 m². Architecture: Mr. Ma Yansong. Interior architecture: HBA. Number of rooms: 282. Fittings supplier: Häfele. Completion: September 2012.
Cheval Collection Old Town Chambers – Door Ironmongery

Cheval Collection Old Town Chambers – Door Ironmongery

Hafele UK Ltd

The scope and challenge:Millions of people visit Edinburgh each year for its renowned history, iconic buildings and vibrant social scene. With year-round visitors from the rest of the UK and overseas, there is a growing need for accommodation that combines the heritage of the city with high-quality, comfortable stays.Old Town Chambers offers exactly that, as a collection of luxury serviced apartments located in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town. Each room showcases the building’s fascinating history in a globally-renowned part of the city, teamed with contemporary furnishings and distinctive architecture.The original Old Town Chambers, a listed building from the mid-18th Century, is home to 50 high-quality apartments, accessed via Roxburgh Court, which sits just behind the Royal Mile. In 2021, the owners of the hotel had the opportunity to refurbish the existing building and expand their footprint by taking over an adjoining address – 329 High Street – which would add 24 new high-end apartments to the property across three floors and a mezzanine level, as well as a street-level reception area, bar and restaurant.Häfele was called upon by Chris Stewart Group, who were overseeing the refurbishment, to provide a suite of suitable door ironmongery for the apartments at 329 High Street. The schedule would need to complement both the new, modern apartments added to the hotel and the more traditional reception, bar and restaurant areas.The solution:Working closely with Chris Stewart Group and architects ISA, Häfele developed a tailored hardware schedule and specification. For the communal areas of the hotel, specialist Frank Allart​​​​​​​ handles were selected in a satin nickel finish to complement the traditional style of the space. For the apartments, Häfele’s stainless steel mitred lever handle provided the perfect solution.​​​​​ Furthermore, given the complexity of the requirements, it made sense to utilise the Häfele to Order service – which allows customers to order their products cut, labelled and delivered to their exact requirements. This included both phased floor-by-floor and door-by-door packaging to make the installation process as efficient as possible for contractors Thomas Johnstone Ltd.The outcome:Karen Brown, head of interiors for Chris Stewart Group, worked closely with Ken on the 329 High Street project. She said: “The attention to detail offered by Häfele Projects was excellent; ironmongery can be a minefield but Ken and the team listened to what we wanted and knew exactly what to apply to the project.“There were some intricacies to consider, which were met with experience and a knowledgeable approach. For example, some doors required a lever handle on one side but we were retaining the existing door knob on the other. Getting the two to marry was looking difficult and would’ve been an ongoing maintenance issue for the hotel if not resolved, but Ken suggested connecting them via a spindle which instantly resolved the matter.“We were able to meet and discuss our requirements in-depth, explore a huge range of samples and Häfele Projects were more than happy to liaise with the contractor direct to enable us to focus elsewhere. This project has really opened our eyes to what Häfele is capable of, and we’ve been able to consider other project ranges too which we intend to utilise on future developments, like lighting and small appliances.“We’re already working together with Häfele on another hotel project in Glasgow, and there is huge scope for where our partnership can go in the future.”

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