Site progress from Grain House Glass Atrium in Covent Garden
We are excited to share with you some of the latest news from our active site at Grain House, a vast project located in Covent Garden in London. This project of one of great scope and complexity and includes a number of different glazing solutions from IQ such as windows and doors, however, the main feature of the project will be the specification of a glass atrium. Allowing for substantial amounts of natural light into the building
This project is a large commercial refurbishment and extension by Barr Gazetas Architecture to this modern workspace located in the heart of Covent Garden. The glazing specification consists of 2 different glazing packages; an aluminium windows package and a steel glazing package. The steel glazing design actually includes several different glazing requirements. The team at IQ worked closely with Barr Gazetas Architecture to create a glazing package that met the project’s design needs as well as performance requirements. A complementary mix of Secco and Jansen framed elements have been integrated to provide the cohesive design required.
You can see this in the latest images of the large glass atrium at the heart of the building. When completed the glass atrium will not only be visually stunning feature to this already attractive building but will allow for an abundance of natural light to cascade into the building. This, in turn, will bring about numerous intangible benefits to the building, but also make this space appear and feel a considerable amount large.
Keep an eye on our social media feeds for more site progress from Grain House. The aluminium glazing installation and the rest of the steel design are ongoing. This project showcases IQ’s ability to work on some of the most reputable architectural projects across the UK, as well as in some of the most renowned areas across the country. If your project requires high-quality glazing solutions, don’t hesitate to get in contact to see how we can aid in the creation of your project.