Artisan Panel doors for luxury apartments


pecialist door manufacturer, Ahmarra have supplied bespoke panel doors for a number of striking high-end residential properties. ‘The Pentagon’ is a boutique collection

of five superior three-bedroom apartments built by renowned developers, Yogo Group. Located in Hadley Wood, Hertfordshire, these beautiful homes are the very definition of luxury living, as well as Ahmarra’s internal doors, each apartment has been uniquely interior designed throughout, from wall

and ceiling finishes, mood lighting and bespoke designed kitchens and bathrooms. Ahmarra worked closely with Yogo Group to select Blenheim panel and flush doors in an Ebony Ash stain. Ahmarra have also supplied bespoke panel

doors for ‘Arts House’, an exciting new development in Kensington for CC Construction. Windsor 3B panels doors were selected in ‘blue grass’ and ‘bone white’ factory painted finishes. All doors were selected form Ahmarra’s

Artisan Panel Door Collection. This bespoke range of panel doors includes stunning designs from Ahmarra’s latest projects which have featured in some of the most prestigious residential developments in the UK. The Artisan range has been designed specifically for architects, developers and interior designers working in the luxury residential sector and offers a wide choice of door and panel designs and additional joinery components.

Vicaima reaches new heights

Getting to the top is not easy. But with the rising demand for grey and on-trend tonal colours epitomised by the new Visual Sensations’ Mountain from Vicaima, specifiers can take their vision to new heights with doors that reflect the latest fashions within interior design. Vicaima has launched four new and stunning Visual Sensation finishes into its ever popular Dekordor SD range. Mountain, being one its latest grey creations, has given designers some new creative inspiration. Stimulated by dramatic landscapes, Mountain allows specifiers to incorporate the peaceful essence of nature within their chosen interior space. Since its introduction, the Visual Sensations (VS) collection has heralded a new era for foil faced doors, with bespoke models being created and manufactured by Vicaima that offer unique design solutions which are in-step with the latest design trends. Visual Sensations Mountain is just one in a selection of eight new finish options in the 2018 VS collection, which also includes Tundra, Alpine and Desert, all of which available in both vertical grain and cross directional woodgrain designs.

01793 532333 Luceco lights print specialists

Luceco and Advanced Interior Solutions (AIS) have recently completed an LED light- ing installation at Vinyl Graphics Ltd with LuxBay, a cost-effective LED luminaire ideal for high ceiling mounting positions in industrial and warehouse environments. VGL’s production facilities were poorly lit

following the initial base build installation inherited when they took the building. With the combined expertise of Luceco and Advanced Interior Solutions, a full lighting design was produced, and luminaires installed to ensure the correct lux levels for the environment.

01952 238100 Twin165 pairs looks with capacity

A leading business services provider required a high quality cable management solution for a new multi-million pound facility and, with its sleek design and large data capacity, Marshall-Tufflex’s Twin165 system fitted the build perfectly. Innovative PVC-U Twin165 delivered the

perfect solution, with a large bend radius control of 50mm suitable for installations up to Cat 7a. The trunking is split to provide 60 per cent of space for power delivery and a generous 40 per cent for data cables, making it perfect for commercial requirements.

01424 856655 Proud to fly the flag for British craftsman-

ship, the Artisan Panel Door Collection offers the very best quality in terms of design and materials. View the brochure or browse the online

‘Panel Door Product Selector’ on the Ahmarra website or contact the Ahmarra sales team by calling.

02392 389076



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