alsecco Airtec glass ventilated rain-screen cladding
system offers more than just a thermally-efficient,
watertight option. It’s also aesthetically very
Enderby Wharf is a large mixed-use residential development on
Greenwich Peninsular overlooking the Thames. One of the main
elements of this large scheme is the construction of four apartment
blocks overlooking the river.
alsecco Airtec glass ventilated rain-screen cladding system was
specified for the riverside façades of the apartments to fulfil HLM
Architectural Design Group’s design criteria.
We were pleased to
contribute towards a
design that brought
architecture and the
Capable of creating a gently undulating façade in randomised cool
colours to emulate the light’s reflection on water, the Airtec glass
system could also technically deliver the requirements of the façade in
terms of performance, structure and buildability.
The detailed design of the façade was developed in
conjunction with M Price Ltd, specialist ventilated rainscreen
installer, who proposed alsecco Airtec glass system
as a cost-effective alternative to the original unitised façade
system. The Airtec glass system has a unique hidden fixing
system, which meant that the aesthetics of the design could
be realised, creating elegant and sophisticated façades that
have a purity of architectural form.