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56 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Ocula specified for commercial designers own workspace


Ocula Systems partitioning system has been specified for the workspace of commercial interior designers, Harmsen Tilney Shane’s London offices. The project is a living breathing example of the work the firm designs. Ocula systems supplied 20 linear metres of single glazed banded partitioning with drywall integration and flush glazed doors to the project. These were installed across meeting rooms and offices along with framed glass doors. Whilst the aesthetics of the banded glass and partitioning system were important, so was the level of acoustics. And an acceptable level was achieved with 12.8mm acoustic laminate glass that provided 38dB for this single glazed broken plan area. Harmsen, Tilney Shane employ a holistic approach to design that examines how a space is used for meetings, day to day tasks, strategic planning and recreation. All this is combined with the overall business objectives to create a space that will assist in the delivery of these goals. Their London office, is a live example of the work they do and they are said to be pleased with the result. So much so they are looking to replace the sliding, folding glass wall of the main meeting room at another site.


0118 935 8152 www.oculasystems.co.uk Crittall enhances West End hotel luxury


The Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire Hotel offers guests a sleek, contemporary interior enhanced by the installation of Crittall screens and doors. The screens and doors are constructed from W20 double- glazed, polyester powder coated compo- nents. The inherent strength of the steel


makes possible the slimmest of frames and glazing beads to ensure the maximum amount of light enters the interior spaces. The dark powder-coated hue of the screens was selected to blend harmoniously with the various tones of the newly-refurbished hotel’s interior spaces.


01376 530800 www.crittall-windows.co.uk


Dynamic glass installation in Dubai SageGlass®


, one of the world’s smartest


electrochromic glass, will be installed in the Mohammed bin Rashid Library, currently under construction in Dubai. A project of the Dubai Municipality, it is the largest library and cultural project in the Arab world. SageGlass will make up 72


per cent of the project’s total glass elevation and can be programmed to tint automatically to the appropriate level of transparency in response to the sun, controlled manually via smartphone application.


Adrian.Gallagher@saint-gobain.com www.sageglass.com/en Award-winning design highlight


For those projects looking for something special and exclusive, the LAMILUX F100 circular skylight not only sets special visual accents, but also provides unrivalled comfort, heat insulation and energy efficiency, with its high levels of airtighness and water tightness. Honoured with the German Design Award


2018, in the category “Building and Elements” the skylight features a newly designed, curved border frame, an innovative hinge system and an optional ventilation function, making it an attractive option for architects looking for a functional yet eye-catching design.


www.lamilux.co.uk Glassolutions balances form & function


A stunning floor-to-ceiling glazing installation designed, specified and delivered by GLASSOLUTIONS has helped create the ideal balance between form and function at a new multi-use development in West Yorkshire. To give Number One Kirkstall Forge the ideal


balance between aesthetics and functionality, the GLASSOLUTIONS Contracting division specified a combination of WICONA aluminium systems integrating with high performance insulating glass units, spandrels and sandwich panels.


01904 610077 www.glassolutions.co.uk


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