We were so pleased to be invited to join so many international distributors and friends of PanoramAH! to celebrate this landmark in their company history…
About Debby Puttock
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Meronden Designs supplied and installed 6 metre high, low iron, structural double glazing for the atrium that contains Stella’s urban garden sanctuary, featuring silver birch trees and annual seasonal planting. Our striking skylights provide more natural light to highlight the store’s interior details and product features.
ZMMA were shortlisted for the Museums and Heritage Award for a Permanent Exhibition on behalf of the V&A for the Europe 1600-1815 galleries. They were also shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards, Cultural Buildings Award: Visitor Centres, Libraries and Museums.
Meronden were responsible for specialist, bespoke glass in the V&A’s Europe 1600-1815 galleries, involving: The Serilly Boudoir; The Jacob Bed; and the masquerade interactive are.
Click here for ZMMA’s information on the project.
Meronden Designs provided all of the specialist glass for The Lantern.
A lengthy list of exclusively bespoke fittings includes: walk on glass; a large piece of structural glass that serves as a roof-light and window; external structural glass doors; balustrades; shower screens; mirrors; internal glass walls and doors.
Click here to see the feature, from May 2015.
The Green Studio.
Bespoke and highly irregularly shaped frame-less glass roof-lights.
Click here to see AJ Building Library’s page on The Green Studio:
“Carefully orientated high performance glazing combined with super insulation and a robust natural ventilation strategy means the building requires no heating or cooling. Hot water for the kitchen and shower are provided by a large solar array and thermal store.”
Maggie’s Centre, West London, features in V&A Exhibition.
Our bespoke glass entrance that spans 9 square metres, at Maggie’s Centre, West London.
Maggie’s Centre, 2011.
Click here to see RIBA’s blog about The Architecture of Hope exhibition:
“What we’re looking for in our architects is an attitude. We want people to deliver the brief but without preconceived ideas…”
Click here to see an article from The Architects’ Journal on The Architecture of Hope:
“… an alternative portal through which those in similar circumstances could share their experiences and seek knowledge of, and respite from, the condition.”