Senior Architectural System’s SF52 aluminium curtain walling has been installed at a new flagship showroom for kitchen manufacturer Magnet in Leeds.
The system was specified by LoRoc Architects as a toggle structural glazing system which, due to its minimal 52mm sight lines, helped achieve a façade that features large uninterrupted expanses of glazing and an attractive flush finish.
The SF52 system is enhanced through the use of double-glazed low emissivity glass, to help contribute to the overall thermal performance of the building and to create a comfortable internal environment.
The system is complemented by the installation of energy-efficient SPW500 commercial doors and SPW600 windows also developed by Senior.
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