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One and all: Multiple solutions under one roof

For specifiers of glazing systems, a single manufacturer that offers a product range broad enough to fit every project, sector and budget is hugely advantageous

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Senior Architectural Systems' slim profile SF52 aluminium curtain wall and SD automatic doors were specified for The Point data centre facility, Canary Wharf, Isle of Dogs. ARC-MC architects.
Senior Architectural Systems' slim profile SF52 aluminium curtain wall and SD automatic doors were specified for The Point data centre facility, Canary Wharf, Isle of Dogs. ARC-MC architects.

When it comes to specifying fenestration systems, there are huge benefits to working closely with one supplier but, when each project is different, choice is vital and product manufacturers need to cater for a wide variety of tastes and budgets.

Senior Architectural Systems, the UK’s largest privately-owned fenestration systems manufacturer, has developed an extensive product range that features a wide choice of aluminium and timber aluminium hybrid windows, doors and curtain wall systems for use across education, healthcare, residential and retail projects. See details of Senior's full product range below.

  • Senior's thermally broken SPW600e aluminium fixed light windows and SPW501 aluminium doors at private rented scheme X1 Aire, Leeds. DK Architects.
    Senior's thermally broken SPW600e aluminium fixed light windows and SPW501 aluminium doors at private rented scheme X1 Aire, Leeds. DK Architects.
  • Senior’s slim-profile SF52 aluminium curtain wall system and SPW501 aluminium commercial doors with thermally broken SPW600 aluminium windows  at Slough Ice Arena. GT3 Architects.
    Senior’s slim-profile SF52 aluminium curtain wall system and SPW501 aluminium commercial doors with thermally broken SPW600 aluminium windows at Slough Ice Arena. GT3 Architects.
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Windows Senior’s collection of aluminium windows combines thermal and acoustic performance with exceptional durability and aesthetic appeal, from slimline aluminium windows for domestic settings to the patented low U-value Pure aluminium system. Available in a range of configurations and styles.

Doors A comprehensive, flexible door range for residential and commercial projects that includes the recently launched Pure Commercial Door - Senior’s largest and strongest door system to date. 

Curtain walling Senior offers a choice of curtain walling systems and shop-front glazing. The versatile and flexible SF52 system features slim sightlines with enhanced thermal performance.

Hybrid designs Offering further options to specifiers, Senior’s Hybrid windows, doors and curtain walling combine the durability of aluminium externally with the environmental and aesthetic benefits of timber internally. 

For more information and technical support, visit: seniorarchitectural.co.uk 

 

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