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100 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


London’s premium address deserves premium fenestration


Street which affords residents stunning views over the gardens of Buckingham Palace from the front of the historic listed building. With this in mind, arguably the fenestration on this project is one of the most important elements of the development as well as one of the more complex when taking into consideration the requirement to retain the facade of the building. Retained facades and the design and installation of the windows for them is not a


W


hen it comes to views from your window, they don’t come much more prestigious than No 1 Palace


straightforward mix and each project we come across throws up different challenges. A fusion of styles spanning Italian Renaissance, Beaux Arts, French Renaissance, Queen Anne and today’s 21st


century


contemporary design and build requirements, the seamless blending of old with new at No 1 Palace Street is something George Barnsdale is increasingly becoming known for. George Barnsdale was delighted to be


entrusted with manufacturing and installing the timber windows and doors for this latest exclusive development beside the most famous of Royal palaces. Working directly with the contractor Balfour Beatty Plc, George Barnsdale supplied and installed 282 timber windows and 181 timber doors over a lengthy and complex project. Multiple discussions took place between


the architect and the Barnsdale team to agree the best way to deliver the design intent whilst balancing the function and performance of the products.


As the plans and technical specifications


developed, the surveying team spent a lot of time on site measuring the old openings which were anything but standard and taking this back to the technical team to incorporate into the designs as well as the comprehensive installation details. From measuring and designing windows


for openings that are old and often all over the place, to changes in personnel resulting in potential miscommunication, it is down to the excellent project leadership, experienced design oversight and comprehensive record keeping of the team members that any glitches were overcome.


01775 823000 www.georgebarnsdale.co.uk


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