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The Curtain Hotel, featuring Reynaers Slim Line aluminium windows and doors

The Curtain Hotel, featuring Reynaers Slim Line aluminium windows and doors

Reynaers Aluminium

The next generation of CS 38 is now available from Reynaers – Slim Line 38 (SL 38) is a highly insulated inward and outward opening aluminium window and door system, that combines elegance and comfort with a unique design. The special slender steel look offers the perfect windows and doors for modern architecture and the renovation of steel-frames, respecting the original design but offering a thermally improved solution. Large-framed Crittall Windows complement the industrial aesthetic and gives the building a unique character and identity of its own. The fabricator on the project was AWS Turner Fain Ltd, part of AWS Group.
Private residence revitalised with stylish steel leaded light windows

Private residence revitalised with stylish steel leaded light windows

Clement Windows Group

The original steel windows had come to the end of their life in this glorious 1930s property in Woking. However for their seventy years they had done a pretty good job! The owners wanted to replace the existing windows with steel framed replacements (rather than using an alternative material such as aluminium, which would not retain the slim elegant lines of the existing steel). The Clement EB24 steel window range, with single point locking was chosen by the clients as the most appropriate window, offering almost exact replication of their old windows but with energy saving benefits.
iDecking Project - Finchampstead, Berkshire

iDecking Project - Finchampstead, Berkshire

Wallbarn Ltd

This 115m² project was a large luxury new-build. The decking required two distinct build-up methods around the house. One section was on a waterproofing membrane, the other on a steel framed walkway. Adjustable support pedestals were loose-laid onto the membrane. iDecking aluminium rail system was set onto the pedestals and EasyClick boards were clicked into place. Pedestals lifted the decking structure off the membrane allowing free drainage and creating a level surface on the falling roof. Aluminium rails were mechanically fixed to the steel structure and the whole terrace was set to one, seamless level wrapping around the house.
Steel frame clad with curved rendered rainscreen

Steel frame clad with curved rendered rainscreen

SAS Europe Ltd

Metres from the North Sea, the 22-million-pound redevelopment of Bridlington Leisure World has a steel frame creating sweeping curves to a staggered façade, using ProBoard's ability to bend to a radius of 1.5m. The ProWall system uses a flexible ProBoard render carrier board fixed to timber battens over breather membrane, backing board and insulated steel frame. ProRend Lite was used as a lightweight basecoat incorporating ProMesh Grade 3 reinforcement mesh. The ProWall system was finished with the flexible, silicone resin based ProRend Colourtex decorative render to create a low maintenance and durable finish.
At 48 m high the monument La Ventana al Mundo - or The Window to the world - in Barranquilla, Colombia.

At 48 m high the monument La Ventana al Mundo - or The Window to the world - in Barranquilla, Colombia.

Kuraray – Trosifol®

The monument, sited on a roundabout on Avenida Circunvalar, near the city’s industrial area, uses a huge steel and aluminium frame to support more than 2,000 m2 (21,500 ft2) of colored laminated safety glass. Arranged in a harlequin pattern, the glazed panels - in shades of red, yellow, green, blue and white - cover the entirety of the structure in a multi-colored façade that is both complimentary and contrasting to the surrounding area.
Self-built Yorkshire family home, featuring Reynaers bi-folding aluminium doors

Self-built Yorkshire family home, featuring Reynaers bi-folding aluminium doors

Reynaers Aluminium

A beautiful Yorkshire family home has found a new lease of life with the addition of aluminium doors and windows replacing the existing timber frames. Achieved using Reynaers bi-folding and sliding doors; CF 68 and CP 130, as well as door and window systems; CS 68 and ES 50. Alongside striking visuals, the unique design of the frames makes for excellent performance characteristics, meeting the highest requirements when it comes to insulation, stability and safety, while perfectly framing the garden views. Elsewhere, aluminium windows have improved day-to-day usability, with sliding opening options reducing draughts and improving ventilation.
Cartwright Gardens featuring Reynaers Slim line aluminium window

Cartwright Gardens featuring Reynaers Slim line aluminium window

Reynaers Aluminium

The intricate facade on Garden Halls was inspired by the existing large-scale Victorian and Edwardian buildings that populate Bloomsbury, such as the Russell Square Hotel and Victoria House. The windows employ a very thin profile section, achieved with Reynaers CS 38-SL systems, and have a decorated, perforated aluminium screen to the side. This uses an insulated panel that can be opened from the inside for ventilation. The lower level screens are bronze-coloured anodised aluminium, while the upper screens are powder coated.
Eleven Brindleyplace featuring Reynaers CW50 and CW60 aluminium curtain walling systems

Eleven Brindleyplace featuring Reynaers CW50 and CW60 aluminium curtain walling systems

Reynaers Aluminium

This office building was designed as part of the long and large redevelopment saga; Brindleyplace. While the building is a truly modern statement, the anodised frames and fins to the glazing system are not simply powder coated but vary in colour; this gives them a warm and natural appearance, and so reflects the warmth of the brickwork of Brindleyplace’s Victorian buildings. The Reynaers systems used on the façades – a customised solution based on the curtain wall systems CW 50 and CW 60, and CS 68 doors in bronze anodized aluminium – form part of a bespoke curtain wall design.
Salcombe residence stands up to coastal conditions featuring Reynaers aluminium door and window systems

Salcombe residence stands up to coastal conditions featuring Reynaers aluminium door and window systems

Reynaers Aluminium

The goal for this residential dwelling in Salcombe was to create a completely unique space, nestled into the cliff-side to provide a feeling of comfort and seclusion, while maximising the views over the estuary. To achieve this, ten Reynaers aluminium lift-and-slide doors, alongside aluminium windows and single-entrance doors were installed. The aluminium frames provide the strength and stability required for large expanses of glazing, while delivering required pascal ratings to resolutely stand up to enduring winds and harsh coastal conditions. Pre-anodized paint adds further durability to protect the property from the elements.
In the Frame

In the Frame

Matki

The Matki-ONE Framed Effect Wet Room Panel in Black forms the centrepiece in this on-trend, monochrome Bathroom space by Kuche & Bagno. Avoiding bulky metal framing, the fineline framing is digitally printed on to the 8mm solid Safety glass panel providing a bold contemporary finish which is easier to clean and maintain. Continuing the theme, the Matki Universal Colour 40 Shower Tray has been colour matched to the accompanying Black fixtures in the bathroom. With a hardwearing and colourfast gel coat, the surface finish stands out vividly.
Percy Lane featuring Reynaers CS 77 aluminium window systems

Percy Lane featuring Reynaers CS 77 aluminium window systems

Reynaers Aluminium

Located in an historic part of Dublin, surrounded by Georgian and Victorian architecture lies One Percy Lane: 3 high-end townhouses. Underneath the curved, zinc roof, the 3 homes have been designed to maximize light and space. Designed to bring serenity in the bustle of the city, each floor connects to the outside with large windows and terraces. Percy Lane features Reynaers CF 77 and CP 155(-LS) sliding and folding door systems, and CS 77 aluminium window systems.
Kestrel Aluminium. Case Study: Oriel, Port Talbot

Kestrel Aluminium. Case Study: Oriel, Port Talbot

Kestrel Aluminium Systems

Llanelli based Atcost Windows (Wales) Ltd won the contract to manufacture and install the glazing for the redevelopment of Oriel in Port Talbot. This striking development has provided 41 new affordable energy efficient homes situated above retail shops in the heart of the town centre. Kestrel Aluminium Systems worked closely with Atcost to ensure the successful delivery of their part of the redevelopment project. The contract saw the installation of the Kestrel Aluminium 60mm casement window system, low rise curtain wall system and thermal commercial doors.
Reynaers Knowledge Centre, Aluminium systems, visit the showroom

Reynaers Knowledge Centre, Aluminium systems, visit the showroom

Reynaers Aluminium

Visitors are greeted into Reynaers Knowledge Centre through an automatic door beneath a sleek cantilever running the length of the building. They enter into a double-height showroom and reception area and can travel up the stairs on to a viewing platform overlooking the showroom. This allows guests to experience a true representation of the scale and quality of the products on display, including multi-level curtain walling, bifolding doors and accessible windows.
Great Marlborough Street Student Accommodation, featuring Reynaers CS 68 aluminium windows

Great Marlborough Street Student Accommodation, featuring Reynaers CS 68 aluminium windows

Reynaers Aluminium

In the development of the fenestration and curtain wall systems for Great Marlborough Street Reynaers worked closely with envelope contractors Baris Facades in order to develop no fewer than 6 bespoke cap profiles. One ensured that the insulated aluminium panels, which are a feature of the building, glazed flush with the curtain wall cap profiles. Another feature of Students Castle is the distinctive protruding box detail around the windows of the towers headed by aluminium louvre panels accommodated by bespoke capping. Further bespoke elements facilitate the omission of mullions on certain window positions, as part of the distinctive design.
Camley Street featuring Reynaers CP 155 Lift & Slide aluminium door system

Camley Street featuring Reynaers CP 155 Lift & Slide aluminium door system

Reynaers Aluminium

Onyx Apartments is an 11-storey building located on the Regent’s Canal banks, offering 117 bespoke homes. The development was designed as a modern, elegant and professional living environment. Comfort and safety were top priorities in bringing this project to life and Reynaers products were used to realise those aims. CS 86 ‘High Insulated’ aluminium window system offers an energy-efficient option, and CP 155 ‘Lift and Slide’ aluminium door system creates maximum glazed areas while also maintaining comfort. Onyx Apartments is a great example of combining elements of luxury and practicality, bringing a fresh perspective to the area.
Wembley Park featuring Reynaers CW 50 aluminium curtain walling system

Wembley Park featuring Reynaers CW 50 aluminium curtain walling system

Reynaers Aluminium

Wembley Park is one of the UK’s largest urban regeneration schemes, offering a vibrant hub where people want to live, companies want to grow, and neighbourhoods come alive. The project aims to make a feature of the iconic Wembley Stadium, as well as facilitating unrivalled views of across the site. Reynaers utilised systems that create a maximum presence of space and natural light, resulting in seamless integration between the indoor and outdoor environments. This was achieved using Reynaers CW 50 curtain walling system, and aluminium window and door systems; CS 77.
Fabulous interior complemented with tall, dark and handsome steel frames

Fabulous interior complemented with tall, dark and handsome steel frames

Clement Windows Group

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.
National Memorial Arboretum, featuring Reynaers aluminium curtain wall

National Memorial Arboretum, featuring Reynaers aluminium curtain wall

Reynaers Aluminium

The new centre, sympathetically designed by the prestigious Glenn Howells Architects, uses Reynaers’ CW 60 modular curtain walling, Vision 50 door system, ES 50 Eco System door, CS 68-HV Hidden Vent window and CS 77 doors. It was built by contractors Stepnell and the consultant was Wintech Ltd. With a large restaurant and shop, separate coffee shop and beautiful cloistered courtyard with garden, it’s hoped that the new centre will attract hundreds of thousands of new visitors to the Arboretum.
Hotel Sir Joan featuring Reynaers CF 77 folding aluminium door system

Hotel Sir Joan featuring Reynaers CF 77 folding aluminium door system

Reynaers Aluminium

Luxury boutique hotel Sir Joan, located in Ibiza Town, houses 12 hotel rooms and 2 rooftop suites with private pools and stunning views of the port of Ibiza. The black and white façade combines traditional and current Ibizan architecture. The openings in the façade offer privacy to guests and create natural ventilation and lighting. This stunning aesthetic was achieved using Reynaers CF 77 and CP 155(-LS) sliding and folding door systems, and CS 68 aluminium window systems.
Herbert House

Herbert House

AluK (GB) Ltd

AluK’s 58BW ST aluminium windows replicate the look of steel frames so successfully that they were approved to replace the original Crittall windows in a landmark redevelopment project which has just been completed in central Birmingham. Herbert House, a 115-year old 52,000 sq ft commercial building in the Colmore business district, has been converted into one of the city’s newest and most prestigious apartment blocks. It features 316 windows in the 58BW ST system and 3 suited doors in the GT55 system, all in a standard AluK Anthracite grey finish.
Dakota

Dakota

Signbox Ltd

Signbox’s powerful signage solution at the Dakota Building in Weybridge was designed to reflect the area’s aviation heritage. Inside, Signbox installed a backlit, painted glass reception directory with polished aluminium frame. For the exterior, Signbox constructed and fitted skyline signage for the top of the entrance portico and to each elevation while, at street level, a fabricated perimeter sign and car park entrance monolith was installed. The side elevation signage was manufactured from the same powder-coated, stainless steel as the portico cladding it was mounted on and a highlight LED strip was applied to lettering edges to provide halo illumination.
Anodised Aluminium and Polyester Powder Coated Finishes On Aluminium Fascia Soffit At The Restaurant Story

Anodised Aluminium and Polyester Powder Coated Finishes On Aluminium Fascia Soffit At The Restaurant Story

Dales Fabrications Ltd - Aluminium Eaves Products

Using two different finishes on the aluminium eaves cladding on this new restaurant for star chef; Tom Sellars, Dales achieved a clever distinction between the raw edges of the building and its ends with large, anodized panels on the raking soffit a noticeable contrast to the vertical matt finished polyester powder coated gable end panels. Matt Flannery: Spacecraft Architects: “Dales were a good team to work with, and were a critical part of the design workshop…Despite the complexity of the canopy, I think everyone would be in agreement that it is definitely one of the highlights of the finished scheme.”
Panama Hatty's

Panama Hatty's

Bushboard Washroom Systems Ltd

Panama Hatty’s is located near Spurstow, current owner Lee Brennan has made a great success of the restaurant. Knowing how important quality washrooms are was one of the main reasons for the refurbishment of the washrooms. Lee chose Bushboard’s Definition range as he wanted the ‘top of the range cubicle’. With full height flush fronted doors and stainless steel contemporary fixings; Definition was the perfect choice for the washrooms. Bushboard’s sanitaryware was chosen, opting for Ready Plumbed Modules meaning all the sanitaryware and brassware were pre-plumbed on factory assembled aluminium framed panels, guaranteeing a perfect finish.
Sainsbury’s Maidenhead featuring Reynaers CW 50-SC aluminium curtain walling system

Sainsbury’s Maidenhead featuring Reynaers CW 50-SC aluminium curtain walling system

Reynaers Aluminium

Maidenhead was a cliché of uninspired and unremarkable buildings until Sainsbury’s embarked on a major redevelopment scheme. The supermarket now forms the base of a major new building, with five floors of car parking which are embraced by an outer layer of flats. Reynaers’ CW 50-SC glazing follows the building’s curve and works without clumsy capping on the outside. The flats were fitted with Reynaers’ CS 68 system which was chosen for its high performance and good insulation values. The project shows the flexibility of a varied architectural approach to which Reynaers products can provide robust solutions.
Uncompromising fire protection for contemporary steel framed glazing with SYSTEMGLAS® Ferro

Uncompromising fire protection for contemporary steel framed glazing with SYSTEMGLAS® Ferro

Promat UK

The steel framing system that was introduced in the UK to provide EI fire protection in butt jointed glazing is now available as a complete, safety-assured glazing system with the launch of the SYSTEMGLAS® Ferro range from Promat UK. SYSTEMGLAS® Ferro is a complete glazing system suited to contemporary interiors with the fire glass, steel framing, beading and setting blocks supplied directly by Promat for maximum traceability. It is installed exclusively by a network of approved installers to ensure total peace of mind for specifiers, backed with the confidence of Promat UK’s 360 degree wheel of assurance.
Bath Rugby Club use Magply on Light Gauge Steel Frame

Bath Rugby Club use Magply on Light Gauge Steel Frame

IPP Ltd

Arena 1865 had to take several design criteria into consideration including provision of fire protection to safeguard the 4,500 spectators the steel framed structure can accommodate, while rigidity, all round durability and ease of installation were important. Simon Pugh-Jones outlined ‘We looked at a full range of board solutions including high performance gypsum and recycled plastic, but when we got into the science and the costings, it soon became clear the only board which ticked all the boxes was Magply’. Some 2000 m2 of the Magply 9mm boards were consumed in the main passageway beneath the Stand.
Balancing Barn featuring Reynaers CP 155-LS Lift & Slide aluminium window system

Balancing Barn featuring Reynaers CP 155-LS Lift & Slide aluminium window system

Reynaers Aluminium

The non-profit organization Living Architecture has realised four special holiday homes across England, each one is an extraordinary example of contemporary architecture, designed by leading architects. The most spectacular of the projects is the ‘Balancing Barn’ in Suffolk (Uk), designed by the Dutch bureau MVRDV. In the 30-metre long house, which juts out 15 metres over the edge of a rise, Reynaers CP 155-LS (Lift & Slide) was used for the large sliding windows. The large protruding section meant that it was possible to place another large window in the floor as a complement to the architectonic spectacle.
Prestigious Vista Luxury Apartments, London, featuring Reynaers aluminium sliding doors, curtain wall and windows

Prestigious Vista Luxury Apartments, London, featuring Reynaers aluminium sliding doors, curtain wall and windows

Reynaers Aluminium

The eye-catching Vista luxury apartment complex brings a powerful new architectural statement to the London skyline. The unusual organic way in which the architect has stacked the two modern buildings with near-transparent residential layers resembles the structure of an animal skeleton. Located in an enviable location near Chelsea Bridge, the large glass frontages of many of the apartments afford outstanding views of Battersea Park. The apartments have spacious, glazed terraces and patios that are seamlessly interconnected both inside and out. The development also features two extensive courtyards.

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