Super modern platform lift design creates seamless finish

residential development. Platform lifts were required to provide disability access to the entrance of each of the seven units. Furthermore, additional provisions for access needed to be achieved inside the units due to the different levels. Thirdways Interiors appointed the Platform Lift Company to come up with an unobtrusive design solution which would blend in with the modern office interior and mirror its sophisticated up-market appearance. The senior project designer also required that the lifts were glazed and that they complimented other architectural features including the spiral staircase design. The Platform Lift Company used its in-house design expertise to come up with two different types of lifts to accommodate the different levels of height. To overcome the 650mm height difference from the entrance


harf Studios consist of a ground, lower ground and basement commercial units in a new

down to the ground floor level it was suggested that a scissor lift would provide the best solution. To reach the different levels within the units the Platform Lift Company recommended its Swedish Style lift which comes with its own fire rated lift shaft. Thirdways Interiors were presented with

Bespoke designs to Nando’s Sydenham

Known for its unique style, vibrant interiors and eye-catching patterns, supplying tiles to Nando’s Sydenham required particular attention to detail from the CTD Architectural Tiles specification team. CTD Architectural Tiles created a bespoke offering from the popular Kursaal range. Creating a

statement entrance, a mixture of two colours from the range were used, Kursaal Slate and Kursaal Raven, supplied in specific cuts all fabricated especially for this project. The experienced team at CTD Architectural Tiles prides itself on fulfilling any objective, no matter how unique.

0800 021 4835 Restoration gains a lift

The Chapel at the Royal Victoria Country Park in Hampshire welcomes the public following a £3.5m restoration – with access for people of all mobilities supplied by a Stannah passenger lift. Opened by Queen Victoria in 1863, this Grade II* iconic building is the last remaining element of the British Army’s first

purpose-built military hospital. From the ground-floor exhibition to the first-floor viewing gallery and tower above, the 8-person traction lift, fitted within Stannah’s FX structure to protect the ancient walls, welcomes everyone. The Chapel has a remarkable story...

the design concept of using a black finish with stainless steel and glass for both types of lifts. Happy that the lifts would remain in keeping with the modern environment and reflect the new design of the offices, the Platform Lift Company were given the go ahead to build seven scissor lifts and seven Swedish Style lifts complete with glazed shafts. The installation process was handled with supreme care and precision. Each lift was installed using a ramp system instead of a pit to avoid any structural changes or having to dig down. The final results met the brief, the scissor lifts with their black and stainless steel finish with glass panels have remained in keeping with the balustrading at the entrance of the office building. Equally, the platform lifts finished in black with stainless steel match the ultra-modern interior design of the office units and the glass shafts create a seamless finish.

01256 896000 Quality Lift Control Systems from DAC

Digital Advanced Control (DAC) is a leading UK Lift Controller Manufacturer. It offers a range of quality Lift Control Systems and ancillary equipment for all types of elevators. DAC has supplied its high performance products to a wide range of clients including Universities, Government buildings, Office blocks, Residential buildings and Local Authorities.

As part of its Quality commitment DAC offers an unrivalled and Industry leading five year guarantee on all its manufactured boards. The company is well known in the Lift Industry for supplying Safe and reliable products with a huge emphasis on Quality engineering.

01327 879334 Passion for the KLEEMANN elevator

Going far beyond the traditional lift design, KLEEMANN cultivates a whole design culture. Rather than thinking of the elevator as a box, KLEEMANN Design thinks of it as a unique space inside the building and transforms the whole elevator experience.

Vibrant colours, lighting, exceptional material quality, all contribute to the development of new space qualities that lift the passenger’s mood and stimulate the senses. KLEEMANN Design team works closely with the architect to complete his vision, by enriching inspiration and enhancing freedom to create.



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