Aspex, one of the UK’s leading architectural ironmongery and doorset companies, is to supply its Novista system to 50/60 Station Road in Cambridge City Centre.
Aspex will be supplying its Novista Riser Steel System and Novista Timber Doorsets in a walnut veneer finish, which will feature a new state-of-the-art office accommodation, just 150 metres from the train station and transport hub.
Working with architects Nicholas Grimshaw, and contractors Galliford Try, the £87 million office space required a modern, sleek, and minimalistic finish to complement the existing surroundings; the Novista system provided the perfect solution.
The Novista system comes with either a timber or steel door leaf and is suitable for a range of projects with single, double, triple, and quadruple combinations available.
It can be factory painted to any RAL colour or primed to allow on-site painting for precise colour matching with the adjacent wall.
The Novista Riser Steel is suitable for locations where either a very high fire or acoustic rating, and are fire rated to up to FD120 and acoustic rated up to 40dB.
The Novista Timber Doorsets are fire tested to FD30 for a single open inward door, and both a single and double outward opening door.
Ashley Burberry, MD of Aspex UK, commented: “When we developed the Novista system, we wanted to create a doorset that would complement any surrounding and create a contemporary finish – it’s great to see how much it has taken off in the market over the past year and we’re looking forward to seeing the doorsets in place at 50/60 Station Road.”
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