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Clearview glass balconies take on new film role

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Clearview glass balconies take on new film role

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NEACO’s Clearview glass Juliet balconies are renowned for providing an unobstructed outlook, but an office conversion project at Stirling House in Northampton required the opposite effect with a bespoke specification incorporating an orange privacy film on the toughened glass panels.

The design by GSSArchitecture brings eye-catching colour to Clearview’s minimalist aesthetic, producing an attractive contemporary façade for the three-storey former offices which have been transformed into a new 14,000 sq ft annex to Abington Vale Primary School.

Ben Asbury of GSSArchitecture said:

“We chose NEACO’s Juliet balconies largely due to their elegant, clean and contemporary finish with a high level of transparency. The bespoke fixings required for our installation have worked very neatly and we are pleased with the results.”

NEACO’s national sales manager, Richard Richardson-Derry, said:

“Our Clearview Juliet balconies have become a very popular alternative to heavily railed Juliet balconies and some projects feature the addition of bespoke etching or film on our glass panels – at Stirling House this particular film still allows excellent sunlight penetration.”

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