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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


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Senior’s in good shape at new sports complex


The new sports complex at the Solent University in Southampton has been kitted out with a high-performance aluminium fenestration package from Senior Architectural Systems. Designed by Architecture PLB, the University’s new sports building offers a range of facilities for both students and the general public. The flagship scheme features a striking facade design which not only complements both its natural environment and the style of the neighbouring buildings, but also showcases the attractive slim sightlines offered by Senior’s aluminium glazing systems. The main tower block is wrapped in perforated veil cladding which is punctuated by Senior’s thermally-enhanced SPW600 aluminium windows. The effect of the cladding means that during the day, some windows are concealed while others provide a glimpse of the activity taking place within. At dusk, with the addition of artificial light, the building is transformed as all the windows become visible. On the smaller sports hall building, the dark brickwork facade design has been balanced by Senior’s Hybrid timber aluminium windows which help to flood the interior spaces with natural light.


@ Solent University www.seniorarchitectural.co.uk Creating vibrant office spaces © AHR Architects


The VELUXModular Skylight system were installed as part of a lighting and ventilation strategy led by BAM Construction and AHR Architects for the Ministry of Defence’s new UK Hydrographic Office. Modularised and prefabricated, the modular skylights simplified a complex specification for


natural daylight, first-class ventilation, and modern aesthetics in a central atrium area at the heart of the new development. Minimising the building’s energy use for both lighting and temperature regulation was a key concern, which led to the VELUX Modular Skylight system being agreed as the most suitable product for this specification.


01592 778 225 www.velux.co.uk Roofglaze provides daylighting for Mosque


Roofglaze was selected by London Eye architects Marks Barfield and main contractor Gilbert Ashe to design, manufacture and install 63 bespoke Flatglass rooflights for this outstanding project. These rooflights provide nearly 300m2


of natural daylight to the


building year-round, increasing the energy savings that underline the sustainable, eco-friendly ethos of this development. Prototypes of the large 7.29m2


single-pane rooflights undertook rigorous testing at


the BRE (British Research Establishment), proving their Class 1 Non-fragility compliance to CWCT TN66 & TN67.


01480 474 797 www.roofglaze.co.uk


LAMILUX BRINGS DAYLIGHT INTO THE BUILDING


• Flat atrium glass roofs suitable for pitches as shallow as 3°


• Large spanning system with fl exible shaping


• Thermally separated structure for maximum energy effi ciency


• Watertight tested on the slope to 1950 Pascals LAMILUX U.K. LIMITED


Tel.: 01284 749051 | mail@lamilux.co.uk | www.LAMILUX.co.uk


ADF AUGUST 2019


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