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JELD-WEN, the UK’s leading manufacturer or timber windows, doors and stairs, has recently been chosen to supply its premium products for two display homes for this year’s Ideal Home Show at Olympia.
JELD-WEN supplied windows and staircases to furnish a three storey property, designed by Sophie de Castro, called The Gap House. Sophie is one of Britain’s leading interior stylists whose work includes show homes in Los Angeles and room sets for various Channel 4 programmes and film productions on both sides of the Atlantic. The unique property, which measures three metres across, is designed for urban environments where space is at a premium. The manufacturer’s timber casement windows, Clifford Castle Composite front doorsets and Farndale French patio doorsets were chosen to enhance the look of the property, in addition to three sets of staircases and landings - two internal flights, from ground to second storey, and one fire-protected communal exit staircase for the property’s exterior. This external staircase was of particular importance with it being the highest exit communal staircase JELD-WEN has ever manufactured at an impressive 5.8m high.
JELD-WEN’s timber staircases were also supplied for House Beautiful’s “Home for life” showcase, an ultra-modular and versatile property designed to be transported and erected on a pre-prepared site within twenty-four hours. The manufacturer supplied internal stair components and external fire-protected communal exit staircases.
Tony Pell, Senior Product Manager at JELD-WEN commented: “We’ve worked with the Ideal Homes Show for many years now supplying our windows, doors and stairs for the show homes. We are really proud to be a part of the event and to showcase our premium products.”