0
The project’s feature is triple glazing units with two Low E glasses provided the highest energy efficient rate and light transmission. Both outer and inner panes are laminated which eliminates any optical distortions on the façade without compromising of its safety level.

Features

Location: London, UK

Area: 13 500 sqm.

Architect: Stanton Williams Architects


Project description

Designed by world-renowned architectural practice Stanton Williams, 42-storey residential tower at 10 Park Drive is the first structure to be built from a masterplan of Wood Wharf, Canary Wharf’s new district. It includes 3,200 new homes, shops, restaurants, parks and a school. The site represents one of central London’s’ largest privately owned development sites extending to 23 acres and is recognized as being of major importance on a local, national and international level.

Glazing composition is simple but fictional: triple glazing units consist of both outer and inner panes laminated, with Low E coating. As a result – outstanding façade flatness, high energy saving and noise reduction levels that all together provides comfort inside the living space. And what is also important for residential areas – safety for its occupants.

10 Park Drive, Wood Wharf UK London 10 Park Drive, Wood Wharf UK London
Please open the mobile version.