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Simonswerk UK unveils new London showroom

The hinge manufacturer will open the doors of its Clerkenwell shop for product demonstrations, expert project advice and CPD presentations

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The Simonswerk showroom at 45 Great Sutton Street, Clerkenwell - just a short walk from Farringdon tube station.
The Simonswerk showroom at 45 Great Sutton Street, Clerkenwell - just a short walk from Farringdon tube station.

German door hinge manufacturer Simonswerk is opening a showroom in Clerkenwell, the centre of London’s design district. The UK is a key market for the Simonswerk Group and the new showroom will give architects and designers the opportunity to experience its products first hand.

The company will use the space to share expertise, discuss projects, demonstrate products and deliver CPD presentations. The showroom is split over two levels and will stock the Tectus concealed hinge and Tritech solid brass product ranges.

Simonswerk will share the showroom with German office furniture manufacturer Wilkhahn. 

  • 'Making something invisible is also design': The Tectus completely concealed hinge system by Simonswerk.
    'Making something invisible is also design': The Tectus completely concealed hinge system by Simonswerk.
  • Tectus: Flush mounting involves precise technology and exudes minimalism.
    Tectus: Flush mounting involves precise technology and exudes minimalism.
  • The Tectus concealed hinge enables unrebated doors to be completely flush and integrated.
    The Tectus concealed hinge enables unrebated doors to be completely flush and integrated.
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For more information and technical support, visit simonswerk.co.uk

 

Contact:

0121 522 2848

sales@simonswerk.co.uk    


 

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