Alexandra Palace in London. Brick archways.
Palm Court Entrance, Alexandra Palace, London
Cherry blossoms in Alexandra Park, London, UK

Client:Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Location:Alexandra Palace Way, London

Project Value:£170,000

Products Used:

  • The Sashes and frames were manufactured with Douglas Fir and Accoya
  • Single glazed glass (toughened when required)

Part of a £27m restoration project of the East Court and Theatre, led by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.

What was the problem?

After being left frozen in time, Alexandra Palace was given a second chance with a £27m restoration project led by architect Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. Due to the length of time the building was left, a lot of windows had deteriorated to an unrepairable state so new ones would have to be made.

How did we solve it?

We picked a combination of Douglas Fir and Accoya wood to create our Frames/sashes as both woods are strong and durable whilst simultaneously being light weight, making it easy to work with. This also complemented the fact that they have a long maintenance cycle of 15yrs+ which would save money in the long run and keep maintenance costs low, which was perfect for a building that will be constantly busy.

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