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Shoreditch offices transformed into beautiful jewel with Reynaers

  • 11 Jul 2018

Leading aluminium systems company Reynaers has played a part in transforming a former 1970s office block into a beautiful industrial jewel.

Situated in Shoreditch, The Curtain consists of nine storeys, which encompass a triumvirate of glamorous restaurants, four bars and a hotel, as well as a private members’ club. Its somewhat peculiar name hails from the street where it is sitauted.

Architects Dexter Moren Associates took inspiration from the area’s 19th century warehouse heritage and Reynaers’ alumium windows and doors were integral in helping to create the look nicely.

Lead architect Zoe Tallon won the prestigious Creative Spark Award for her work on the ambitious project; this accolade homours the best-designed new hotel, and is voted by delegates of the TOPHOTELPROJECTS World Tour London, comprising a wide selection of influential industry peers including fellow architects, hoteliers, investors, interior designers, suppliers and the media.

Hotelier Michael Achenbaum wanted his high-profile restaurants, hotel and members club to reflect the area’s architectural tradition, industrial history and creativity.

The facade consists of red brick and features Reynaers’ CS 38 slim line windows, CP 130 sliding patio doors and CW 50 curtain walling.

The next generation of CS 38 is now available from Reynaers; Slim Line 38 (SL 38) is a highly insulated inward and outward opening aluminium window and door system, which sees elegance meet comfort with a unique design.

The special slender steel look provides the ideal windows and doors for modern architecture and the renovation of steel-frames, respecting the original design but offering a thermally improved solution.

Large-framed Crittall Windows complement the industrial aesthetic and gives the building a unique character and identity of its own. The fabricator on the project was AWS Turner Fain Ltd, part of AWS Group.

The Curtain features a live music venue, a state-of-the-art gym, spa area with treatment and steam rooms, ballroom, pop-up barber shop, screening room, co-working space and a 1,600 square foot rooftop terrace with a restaurant bar. There is also a Moroccan-style heated pool offering stunning views across the City skyline.

Rebecca Cope, Marketing Manager for Reynaers, commented: “The Curtain is not only an award-winning landmark building, but one that perfectly reflects the heritage of Shoreditch.

“A sensitive use of urban red brickwork, our steel-look profiles and large openings have drawn inspiration from cabinet factories and warehouses that previously featured on the site.”

Contact:

Reynaers Ltd
111 Hollymoor Way,
Northfield,
B31 5HE
Tel: +44 (0)121 421 1999
Email: [email protected]

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111 Hollymoor Way,
Northfield,
B31 5HE
Tel: +44 (0) 121 421 9707
Email: [email protected]

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