Bespoke fire doors chosen for Surrey golf club

  • 15 May 2015

The stained, ebony ash veneered doors featured a bespoke curved steel inlay design. These were specified to complement the contemporary interior design of The Lodge – an eighteen room, boutique hotel set in the Surrey countryside in the grounds of Kingswood Golf Course.

The Lodge has eighteen individually styled, contemporary rooms.

Kingswood’s 6,900 yard course was originally designed in the 1920’s by five-times open champion James Braid.

It has recently undergone extensive re-design and construction under the guidance of Howard Swan, a recognised course architect for James Braid designed courses.

Tim Doran, Ahmarra’s Managing Director, commented: “Kingswood had very specific design ideas for The Lodge and we were happy to work with them to achieve these. This included a highly bespoke, curved stainless steel inlay in each door, which was made-to-order by our skilled joiners in our Portsmouth factory.”

Contact:

Ahmarra Door Solutions,
Fitzherbert Road,
Farlington,
Portsmouth,
Hampshire,
PO6 1SD,
United Kingdom

Tel: 02392 389076
Fax: 02392 389077

Visit the Ahmarra website

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