April 2018 supplement

In this Doors & Windows supplement, FC&A highlights some of the nation’s top fenestration projects. Starting with our nation’s capital, Clement Windows Group discusses how its EB24 range sympathetically replaced the original steel windows at London’s iconic Grade II Listed Old Marylebone Town Hall. On page 06, the Haslemere-based window supplier talks through the complexities of the glass specification for this architecturally-significant building. Meanwhile, on page 15, we take a trip inside one of London’s most esteemed Japanese restaurants, Four Degree. Here, ESG’s switchable LCD privacy glass allows customers to enjoy the stunning ambience of the eatery’s Macallan Whisky Lounge without disruption from fellow diners.

Moving onto the second division of our supplement’s dedication, automatic door systems supplier TORMAX has recently unveiled its Secure+Therm sliding door system. On page 14, TORMAX’s Managing Director, Simon Roberts, summarises how the company’s innovation will benefit commercial properties in search of entry solutions with added security and energy-efficient operations.

I hope you enjoy this issue. For further information about any of our contributors or if you wish to comment on a particular article featured within this edition, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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