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66 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE  Contemporary and traditional architecture in standing seam QUARTZ-ZINC®


Zinc is now commonly used to transform buildings of little architectural value. Reopened after a build programme which took just over a year, the remodelled British Golf Museum at St Andrews now appears as a pavilion with a low pitch roof and upper floor facade and ANTHRA-ZINC®


STRAT


finishes. Richard Murphy Architects’ added an additional floor to provide an 80-seat café with views towards the first tee, fairway and stunning West Sands beach. It combines high functionality and design values. For more information please contact VMZINC.


01992 822288 www.vmzinc.co.uk


High performance, long life timber cladding Accoya®


Contemporary contrast for old farm The clever use of Catnic’s SSR2





Standing “We were introduced to the Catnic SSR2


Seam Roofing and Cladding system has created a stunning roof finish for a contemporary new build extension. For the roofing, the designers looked for a modern contrast to create a striking complement. Standing Seam Roofing


and Cladding system and it appealed to us as a viable alternative to traditional sheet lead or zinc as a roof finish. It has provided a sleek finish; one that works both with the traditional finishes and the more contemporary finishes.”


0292 033 7900 www.catnic.com


, the modified, highly durable and dimensionally stable certified timber cladding – is available from


all eight of James Latham’s timber depots. Created from sustainable sourced wood and completely non- toxic, Accoya is a revolution in wood technology. And with TRADA approval for the 15mm profile when used as an external cladding product, it’s the perfect solution for exterior cladding, siding and facades where the wider board offers numerous features and benefits including enhanced aesthetics, less frequent mainte- nance, dimensional stability, durability and improved insulation values. Justin Hayward, James Latham’s Technical Timber Sales Development Manager for Accoya said, “When it comes to cladding, Accoya ticks all the boxes and is the perfect solution for many exterior applications which were once only feasible with non-sustainable material. Use of the wider cladding boards is allowed by the improved dimensional stability, cladding joints do not open, tolerances remain tight and twist is prevented. In addition, the wood’s natural appearance is retained for longer, thanks to the superior resistance to the effects of UV exposure.”


www.lathamtimber.co.uk


Composite Insulated Panel Manufacturer


System Carrier External Walling


Hemsec SIPs See us at the RCI Show: Stand H12 1st-2nd Nov’ 2017


www.hpt-panels.com Tel: 0151 426 7171 Email: enquiries@hpt-panels.com


WWW.ARCHITECTSDATAFILE.CO.UK ADF SEPTEMBER 2017


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