Templeton House is situated in a conservation area in Ayr, and has been designed to blend historic and contemporary design, with a traditional villa façade retained alongside a new modern pavilion.
Walker Profiles were contracted by Cruden Building and Renewals for the project, which included the fabrication and installation of two sets of large multi-faceted bay windows on both the ground and first floors of the new pavilion.
Throughout the project, the windows were installed in the REHAU TOTAL70R fully reversible window system – featuring a flush fitting sash and frame with slim sight line which complemented the contemporary setting.
REHAU TOTAL70R is also a multi-chamber profile, offering high levels of thermal performance with the option of triple glazing if required.
Walker Profiles installed the windows across all 72 of the en-suite rooms, arranged over three floors, as well as glazed doors leading to the garden and patio areas.
REHAU TOTAL70R has been designed to offer architects and specifiers a stylish and more contemporary reversible window system.
In addition to applications like Templeton Care Home, which blend old and new within a conservation area, REHAU has installed the windows in contemporary developments for mass market house builders.
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