As Soundcraft nears completion at Castlemaine Tower in Battersea, we reveal the latest update on this significant London project. Having already successfully manufactured and installed no less than 18 floors of SF52 curtain walling and Hybrid Series 1 tilt and turn windows for the 21-storey tower, Soundcraft is now concluding
In another successful local authority project, Soundcraft was appointed by London-based construction company Rooff to supply and install thermally-efficient, high-performance hybrid composite and aluminium systems at Mayplace Primary School in Bexleyheath. The skilful Soundcraft team delivered curtain walling and Hybrid 1 SPW600 windows and SPW501 doors for the school extension
During our initial commercial project with Allglass (Anglia) Ltd, Soundcraft supplied SF52 curtain walling, SPW600 aluminium windows and SPW501 door sets for Allglass installation and glazing on the new Festool Ltd head office project, led by Barnes Construction. Incorporating 12 large curtain wall facades, Soundcraft worked closely with Senior Architectural
Work is progressing well on site at one of Soundcraft’s latest contracts, where we have been appointed to design, manufacture and install the striking aluminium curtain walling of the new showroom for Stone World, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of natural stone for commercial and residential projects.
Aluminium casement windows are windows that are attached to aluminium frames via hinges. Aluminium casement windows come in a variety of designs, and the right choice will be mainly down to aesthetic preference, although issues such as cost, ventilation, thermal efficiency and security should also be considered.
Soundcraft’s new video shows the basic manufacturing steps involved in preparing the aluminium and timber required to make a composite window.
What are fan lights? Fanlights were introduced in the 1720s.They were originally a fixed window above a front door that, before the advent of electricity, enabled more light to enter the previously dark hallway. Early designs were in the shape of a fan, hence the name. A classic example is