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Decagon House

Reynaers and fabricator Hazlemere Windows are experiencing the “Grand Designs effect” after featuring in the popular Channel 4 programme in January. A selection of the company’s products played a key part in creating a highly unusual home for property developer, Henry Chopping.

Henry was keen to build a unique home, specifically designed to his own tastes but as his chosen plot was behind a listed wall in the heart of Oxford, strict planning conditions meant the house could be no more than one storey high. The resultant design, which made the most of the plot and the available light, was a series of glassfronted decagons.

The Decagon House featured on the Channel 4 TV show Grand Designs (which you can see again anytime on Channel 4’s on demand service) was successfully completed to a high standard, with the bespoke windows and doors, supplied and installed by Hazlemere Windows, who fitted bespoke French doors manufactured by Reynaers Aluminium Systems Ltd.

Although none of the suppliers were named on the programme, Reynaers and Hazlemere Windows details were on the Grand Designs website and have enjoyed a surge of enquiries as a result.

Simon Keegan of Hazlemere Windows, added “It proved an excellent opportunity for us. Not only was it prime-time TV exposure but working in partnership with Reynaers we were able to demonstrate that, whatever the design, we can work with architects to deliver a high quality solution.”

To contact the Hazlemere Group call FREEPHONE 0500 011561 or email or visit their “Home of Improvements” website

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