Project Description

Senior Architectural Systems’ SF52 aluminium curtain wall system provides a sleek and striking aesthetic for a landmark scheme in Cardiff

Buildings.

Senior Architectural Systems worked with supply chain partner Denval to deliver the curtain wall package to two recently completed, seven-storey Cardiff office buildings: Capital Quarter No.3 and No.4, designed by Morgan 2 Morgan Architects. Combining slim sightlines and excellent thermal performance, Senior’s SF52 aluminium curtain walling was the ideal choice for the extensively glazed buildings, which benefit from bright and modern interiors, as well as a stylish external envelope.

Buildings.

With a long and successful history of working with Senior on a variety of different contracts, including one of the first buildings to be completed as part of the Capital Quarter development, Denval was keen to put forward a specification that featured Senior’s high-performance SF52 aluminium curtain wall system. Denval’s own appointment to fabricate and install the facades also continues the specialist contractor’s positive relationship with developer JR Smart.

Buildings.

Located in the city centre and providing an exciting mix of facilities, including premium office space, hotels and student accommodation, the large-scale Capital Quarter development is helping to redefine Cardiff’s business community and has already attracted the attention of some of the UK’s leading companies.

Buildings.

Senior’s popular SF52 aluminium system features attractive slim sightlines and enhanced thermal performance to help boost energy efficiency. Available as a mullion-drained system, which removes the need for visible drainage slots, the SF52 curtain wall can be specified as capped, silicone-sealed or as a combination of the two for even greater design flexibility. Thanks to Senior’s in-house powder coating facility, the SF52 system is available in an almost unlimited range of colours and finishes.

For more information about Senior or to contact the company’s team of architectural advisors, visit www.seniorarchitectural.co.uk