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INTERIORS  ‘Touchless’ needs no helping hand


A ‘touchless’ manual activation solution for automatic door operation – has been introduced by GEZE. The proximity switch GC 306 meets the rigorous standards required in hospitals, laboratories, care homes and food preparation areas. It’s non-contact activation can be set as required and has a range of 10 to 50cm to open


automatic swing, sliding, folding, revolving or curved sliding doors seamlessly. The low voltage operation of the GC 306 conforms to radio equipment directives and can be used in the vicinity of sensitive medical equipment and IT server rooms.


01543 443000 www.geze.co.uk High class closing


Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers from Samuel Heath have been used to great effect on new apartment buildings beside the River Thames. Situated at Millbank and enjoying spectacular, unrestricted views of the Thames, Riverwalk House has been designed by award-winning architects Stanton Williams for Ronson Capital Partners. The high aesthetic quality of the building’s limestone, bronze and glass exterior continues inside, where interiors feature a light, airy décor scheme, with contrasting dark-stained oak apartment doors and surrounding panels. Concealed fittings allow doors and panelling to be shown to their luxurious best. Stanton Williams specified Powermatic concealed door closers for entrance doors to the individual residences. The door closers are totally concealed when the door is closed, ensuring that the appearance of the doors and interior finishes is not spoiled by mechanical arms and control boxes. Jason White of Stanton Williams comments, “We chose the Powermatic concealed door closer as it meets the necessary fire and acces- sibility requirements and, just as importantly for this project, it is hidden from view when the door is closed”


0121 766 4200 www.concealeddoorclosers.com Library features dramatic ceiling


The new £16.1 million Laidlaw Library at the University of Leeds has been enhanced by an 800m2


wood grill ceiling, designed and man-


ufactured by Hunter Douglas. It comprises a pre-assembled grill of five slats, which were threaded on to black dowels to maintain their


structural integrity. ADP Architects wanted an industrial-style finish, so no acoustic materials were used to fill the 55mm gaps between the slats. African Ayous was specified, which was stained white RAL 9010 with water-based paint. The wood also has Flame Delay fire retardant impregnation to achieve Euro Class B-S2-D0 fire resistance


01604 766251 www.hunterdouglas.co.uk


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