You might think that the first thing Prince Charles will do when he returns from his latest tour of the Pacific will be to pen a letter of complaint to Islington Council about this latest project from the award-winning Alison Brooks Architects recently ran an article about this amazing project. They describe the two separate extended areas as tapered volumes that project into the garden".
Juxtaposition of modern and old is not new concept but rarely can it have been so boldly performed as in this stunning London home.
The project is interesting to anyone involved with solid surface as it is clad in over 250m2 of Blackberry Ice Corian®.
Large sheets of DuPont™ Corian®, up to full sheet size (3.658m x .76m), have been fixed on aluminium rails with open joints to allow for expansion and contraction.
Apparently the specification for the cladding was originally for zinc, but at the request of the client and home owner, this was switched to Corian®.
There are many features of Corian® that make it such a good surface for rainscreen facades:
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