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Senior doors and windows chosen for Wembley high-rise

The Williamson Heights affordable housing project features the company's SPW600 aluminium doors and windows, SF52 curtain wall screens and SPW501 commercial doors for main and communal entrances

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Senior aluminium windows, doors and curtain walling at Peabody's Williamson Heights residential scheme in Wembley. Delta Architects.
Senior aluminium windows, doors and curtain walling at Peabody's Williamson Heights residential scheme in Wembley. Delta Architects.

Senior Architectural Systems has delivered a full fenestration package for a new affordable housing development in north London.

The Williamson Heights high-rise residential scheme in Wembley has been developed by Peabody and designed by Delta Architects.

As one of London’s oldest and largest housing associations, Peabody has created the new development with a focus on balancing and restoring the mental and physical wellbeing of its residents. Key to this is the combination of a vibrant and convenient inner-city location with a thoughtful design scheme that uses natural light and access to outdoor spaces. 

Senior’s comprehensive mix of aluminium windows, doors and curtain wall systems have played a key part, with the extensive use of glazing helping to maximise both natural light and ventilation.

Comprising two buildings linked by a podium garden, each of the apartments feature Senior’s thermally broken SPW600 aluminium windows and co-ordinating SPW600 aluminium doors, which provide access to the individual balconies.

Daylighting has also been embraced thanks to Senior’s SF52 aluminium curtain wall screens, with the main and communal entrances made safe and secure with SPW501 aluminium commercial doors.

Senior’s fenestration solutions have been fabricated and installed by supply chain partner Denval Co Ltd. 

  • Amenities include a roof and podium garden, cinema room, co-working spaces and a fitness suite.
    Amenities include a roof and podium garden, cinema room, co-working spaces and a fitness suite.
  • The two main buildings are linked by a podium garden.
    The two main buildings are linked by a podium garden.
  • Williamson Heights is made up of one, two and three bedroom apartments offered under shared ownership.
    Williamson Heights is made up of one, two and three bedroom apartments offered under shared ownership.
  • Extensive use of glazing helps maximise natural light and ventilation.
    Extensive use of glazing helps maximise natural light and ventilation.
  • All apartments feature balconies.
    All apartments feature balconies.
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