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56 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Unique design and unrivalled fire protection with Lunax doors


Lunax, recently acquired by Vetrotech Saint-Gobain, is delighting architects throughout the UK. With the addition of this new solution, Vetrotech Saint-Gobain has enhanced its range of systems in line with the growing architectural trend of combining building transparency, design and high safety standards. Traditionally, form has followed function when it comes to fire protection – but Lunax has changed that. Incorporating versatile Contraflam safety glass and just four discreet clamps, its aesthetic appeal combines on-trend transparency with heightened fire safety. The development of Lunax has been driven by achieving not just fire protection, but beautiful aesthetics that maximise natural light, whilst integrating its four framing solutions. Doors can be customised with a large choice of handles, screen printing, coloured glass and many additional door accessories. Architects have the option to specify single, double or asymmetrical double doors - ideal for both new build and existing spaces. And as a building’s design affects the wellbeing of its occupants, architects are increasingly seeking to source products that address this. Crucially, Lunax doors are fire resistant on both sides.


024 7654 7620 www.vetrotech.com SageGlass®


announces voice control SageGlass®


SWA members offer the real steel deal , a pioneer of the world’s


smartest electrochromic glass, announces that its dynamic glass is now able to be integrated with voice controlled speaker systems. Building occupants can now control the dynamic glass tint via simple voice commands to optimise daylight


and outdoor views while preventing heat gain and glare. This offering is expected to be integrated into larger building management systems so building owners and facilities managers can manage SageGlass along with other voice-enabled smart devices in the building.


07725 608794 www.sageglass.com/eu Schueco viewed as ‘go-to’ solution


Originally launched in 2014, the AWS 70 SC outward-opening aluminium window from Schueco UKdelivers Schueco’s renowned ‘build quality’ at an economical price, a formula that has led to it being widely specified for domestic projects right acrossthe country. Its versatility and excellent performance in use means


that many specifiers now view the Schueco AWS 70 SC window as the ‘go-to’ solution for projects where high quality is paramount but budgets are tight. The Q Mark product certification that it was awarded in 2017 has further boosted its popularity.


mkinfobox@schueco.com www.schueco.co.uk New windows for period country home


Located in the heart of the Nottingham countryside is Felley House, a period country home set in two acres of private land. When replacement windows were required for the home it was no minor job. It was Paradise Windows that undertook the installation,


electing to replace with PVCu REHAU TOTAL70 chamfered profiles in white. Z-section profiles were used in the manufacturing to facilitate fitting around the stone mullions present in certain windows at the home. Mark Millward, managing director at Paradise Windows said: “I’d only ever recommend REHAU for a project like this”.


01989 762600 www.rehau.co.uk


Member companies of the Steel Window Association routinely engage in many types of contemporary contracts aside from the demand for ‘Replica Refurbishment’ work. One of the key reasons that specifiers can source suitable solutions


for diverse projects is the amount of effort and resources the SWA has put into product development over the decades. So when specific challenges arise, members know they can consult the SWA’s technical committee as well as colleagues at other manufacturers. Choosing an SWA member to manufacture and install your steel windows and doors ensures that you are receiving the highest standard of service.


www.steel-window-association.co.uk Sapa package picked for new school


Aluminium curtain walling and windows from the range at Sapa have been used in constructing a stylish new school in Cambridgeshire as a result of the manufacturer’s national supply chain agreement with Kier, and the main contractor’s past experience of working with the


fabricator. The project team has made expressive use of Sapa’s E52 and DF75 Si windows in bringing natural light and ventilation to the occupied spaces, as well as security and architectural expression.


01684 853500 www.sapabuildingsystem.com/en/uk Cembrit Patina clads new centre


Cembrit has donated its Patina fibre cement and HD cladding to a worthy project that has seen the North Kensington area around Grenfell Tower benefit from a new community centre. Bay 20 is a new two-storey community space on St Marks Road, close to


the Tower, which was built by an acclaimed DIY television show. The new multi-use community building provides facilities for local people, including a new cafe that will be used by the community for many years to come. The Cembrit Patina cladding boards have provided an aesthetically pleasing finish to the ground floor external walls.


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