The Saint Martins Lofts comprise of 13 apartments, designed by London based architect Darling Associates.
With views over the West End and towards the Houses of Parliament, the Soho apartments are an exclusive selection.
Darling Associates chose to include the Schlüter-BEKOTEC-THERM underfloor heating system throughout.
The Schlüter-DITRA matting systems were specified in all of the bathrooms to guarantee crack-free tile and stone covering, whilst providing CE Marked waterproofing.
Schlüter-DITRA-DRAIN was also installed in the roof terraces to handle drainage and provide uncoupling and crack-bridging.
Schlüter-Systems’ BEKOTEC-THERM underfloor heating was chosen as a superior quality underfloor heating’ solution which ensures the coverings stay crack-free throughout.
The system features a 30% thinner screed which helps to distribute heat much faster, and is therefore more energy efficient.
It also has a low weight, low construction height and additional system components available for waterproofing and uncoupling the substrate.
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