Wrightstyle, the leading supplier of steel and aluminium glazing systems, is supplying advanced window systems for a prestigious mixed use development in central London.
The project at 71-77 Wigmore Street consists of four buildings, whose façades are largely being retained but with the interiors demolished and reconstructed to form basement and ground floor retail space and eight luxurious apartments.
Wrightstyle is supplying 39 advanced window systems consisting of Secco Sistemi EBE 85 profiles, designed for heat and sound insulation, and high-specification triple-glazed fire-resistant glass.
The Devizes-based company has recently supplied to a number of residential refurbishment projects in London, including internal glazing systems for the major redevelopment of an Edwardian warehouse, and slim-line heritage thermally broken windows in a secondary glazing configuration for a project in Baker Street.
Wrightstyle is also currently working on a number of London Underground, Crossrail and railway station projects and on other residential and healthcare contracts in the capital, underlying the company’s expertise and range of systems to meet both interior and exterior specifications across sectors.
Two years ago, Wrightstyle was appointed by Secco Sistemi, a worldwide leader in the production of designer systems for doors, windows and facades, as a fabricator and supplier of their systems in the UK, which provide architects with a beautiful and exciting range of design options.
“The Wigmore Street contract underlines our custom design capability, with each opening being individually surveyed for precise measurements. We can supply in either steel or aluminium and deliver a complete design, fabrication and installation service – a one-stop solution for all internal or external glazing system requirements,” said Lee Coates, Wrightstyle’s technical director.
Architect: ESA Architects
Contractor: Blenheim House Construction