The VELFAC 200 window system is characterized by elegant clean lines, designed to complement contemporary architectural styles.
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Clementhorpe Maltings was a challenging project says Ian Collins, Design Director at Mesh Architects which oversaw the build: ‘Our brief was to convert a run-down 19th century malt house into six stylish townhouses. As the building was Grade II listed we had to maintain the original architecture where possible, but also needed to insert new windows into the walls and roof.' Click on the link to read more about the unique project.
‘Contemporary country’ is how property developer Caroline Verity describes Kearns Village, one of the latest developments from Skipton Properties. Built on the site of an old mill in Lancashire’s Rossendale Valley, this collection of luxury family homes combines traditional materials with high performance, well designed products – including VELFAC composite aluminium / timber windows and doors. Click for more daylight inspiration.
At Bogindhu, a refurbished farmhouse plus ‘contemporary barn’, VELFAC glazing complements both a traditional building and an architecturally innovative extension, while also making the most of some wonderful views.
Contemporary design, adaptability and sustainability are key drivers for Greenfield Place, Hayes, a group of 14 eco-homes from homebuilder Latis Homes. As ‘light and spaciousness’ were fundamental to the overall concept, VELFAC windows were specified for the project, chosen both for the system’s impeccable environmental credentials and stylish design.
At Antony and Hayley Wild’s ambitious self-build project, in Clevedon, North Somerset, VELFAC glazing has delivered contemporary design and unexpected architectural versatility, while also proving ‘very, very cost effective’.
In Broughton village in Cambridgeshire, Leaf Architecture’s clients wanted a house that was attractive, contemporary, functional and sustainable; the result is a home with a distinctive design, combining local stone with contemporary styling and using VELFAC glazing to help deliver a low maintenance, low energy building.