neaco’s balcony glazing is helping to maximise the benefits of a unique outlook at a prestigious apartment development in Canterbury, where residents can enjoy views of the action at Kent’s County Cricket Ground.
Designed by Clague Architects and built by Cardy Construction, Lime Tree House is a collection of two-bedroom luxury apartments combining striking contemporary architecture with flexible living space. Set in an outstanding position next to the historic venue – these days known as the Spitfire Ground – the properties are perfectly placed to enjoy county cricket. With their predominance of glass providing unobstructed views out, neaco’s Juliet balconies and balcony balustrade systems were an ideal choice for these high-end homes which also include bespoke designer kitchens, luxury bathroom suites and under-floor heating.
neaco’s UK business development manager, Peter Melia, said: “Maximum visibility is one of the defining features of our balconies. The use of glass panels and minimal or no stanchions has plenty of benefits besides the obvious transparency of the view – it also makes the most of natural light with maximum solar penetration and the minimalist aesthetic compares favourably in style to the cage-like appearance of heavily railed or meshed infills. That’s certainly a feature in keeping with the contemporary, high-end design of Lime Tree House.”
Photograph supplied courtesy Cardy Construction.