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Contents Refurbishment & Restore Issue 20 2020 Our Team Editor-in-Chief Antony Holter T: 01304 806039 E: [email protected] Case Studies 4-6 St. John’s Library Restoration Public City Architecture The St John’s Library restoration and addition involves the refurbishment of one of three 100-year old, city-owned Carnegie Libraries and the addition of a modest new entry hall which doubles as a reading room. Editorial Manager Claire Morgan T: 01304 806039 E: [email protected] Editorial Manager Chris Nicholls T: 0203 9079161 E: [email protected] 10--11 Harefield Road East House If you love your current house, but just don’t seem to have enough space, the addition of a timber alternative garden room can solve all your problems. 28-29 5 ways to make a home stand out with a sustainable loft conversion Everyone knows that a loft conversion is an easy and cost- effective way to improve your property, but what if there were ways to make it more eco-friendly too? 12 Casement windows and door refurbishment to breathe a new lease of life to a country home 32-33 Courthouse Extension Architecture must have meaning. It must speak, tell stories and make us a question: a site, a program, a group of people and a story. 38-39 Smart Home Expo 2020: the UK’s Ultimate Event for the Smart Technologies Revolutionising the Way We Live 38% of UK consumers own or use smart technology, and with this number rising it’s evident why smart tech is continuously making the headlines! 42-43 Queen Anne House with Sky-Frame There are two main architectural approaches one can adopt when extending a listed building; design entirely in-line with the current structure or do something completely different. Publishing Director Martin Holmes T: 01304 806039 E: [email protected] Harefield Road East - A planted courtyard sits centrally within the ground floor plan, offering an integral urban oasis to a South London semi-detached house. Business Manager Josh Holmes T: 01304 806039 E: [email protected] Extend your living space with an? Evolution Windows Garden Room Sales Manager Lee Ashdown T: 01227 392575 E: [email protected] 26 For the owners of this majestic country property, it was important that their new casement windows and doors played a crucial role in their home’s appeal, comfort, and energy efficiency. 16-17 Edinburgh Pavilion Edinburgh Pavilion is the full internal refurbishment and large contemporary extension of a Grade B listed Victorian villa in a Conservation Area in central Edinburgh. Accounts Sue Wallace T: 01304 806039 E: [email protected] 22-23 Rural Barn Conversion With Slim Framed Sliding Glass Doors IQ Glass installed slim framed sliding glass doors onto the new garden office and glass link. Featured Categories MH Media Global Ltd Innovation House, Discovery Park, Ramsgate Road, Sandwich, Kent, CT13 9FD Cover Image Courtesy of | Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy and reliability of material published in Refurbishment & Restore however, the publishers accept no responsibility for the claims or opinions made by advertisers, manufacturers or contributors. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, mechanical, electronic (including photocopying) or stored in any information retrieval system without the prior consent of the publisher. Commerical 4-6 Editor’s Choice 14-15 Coatings, Sealants & Paints 18-21 Doors, Windows & Fittings 23-27 Floors & Flooring 31 Heating, Ventilation & Insulation 34-36 Interiors & Interior Design 44-55 Lifts, Stairs & Balustrades 56-57 Lighting & Electrical 60-61 Roofing, Cladding & Facades 68-72 Tools, Plants & Equipment 76-77 - 3