Senior Architectural Systems was chosen by main contractor Buckingham Group Ltd to supply an aluminium fenestration package for a new sports centre in the Sutcliffe Park Nature Reserve in London.
Designed by HTP Architecture, the sports centre was created with a low profile to complement the local environment.Various Senior products have been utilised throughout the building to minimise sightlines and create a light and modern interior.
The sports centre features Senior’s slim profile SF52 aluminium curtain wall, in addition to Senior’s thermally-efficient SPW600e aluminium windows and SPW501 commercial aluminium doors.
Senior’s Ali FOLD aluminium bi-folding doors were also installed at the rear of the building to create a viewing area and easy access to the centre’s athletics track.
Overall, Senior’s products offered the narrow yet robust aluminium frames that were required, minimising the impact of the building on the environment whilst appearing sleek and stylish.
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