The project encompassed several glass partitioning and glass walls for the en-suites in a Yorkshire Dales luxury hotel the which was undergoing a major refurbishment. The bedrooms required plenty of natural light and as a result of this, they decided on glass walls to the bathrooms as they’re perfect for maintaining a light, airy and open feel.
On winning the job we developed the scheme for the glass partitioning and glass walls with the construction company and the architect, visiting site a couple of times, where we undertook site measurements and preliminary studies; with critical time-frames in hand, we presented samples and finalised the design quickly back to the senior members of the build team.
The project had to ensure that the partitioning positioning was suitable and that it would accommodate the requirements of the hotel guests and making sure that due to the privacy nature of the bathrooms’ privacy was considered. To this effect the interiors designer on the scheme added touch of a curtain was added to the outside of the glass wall. We needed to make sure that our ironmongery didn’t affect this feature and protrude too much from the door.
The glass partitioning and glass walls incorporated non-lockable doors with beautiful long T Bar Handles in stainless steel. We paid great attention to detail on the number of joints that the partitions had along with the frame colour and suitability in a wet environment. Additionally, the graphics featured a subtle use of colour generated from their logo to complement the Hotels’ branding.
Each room was total bespoke with the glass being cut angles and corners making each room unique. One had a Japanese hot tub whilst another had the bath sitting behind the glass on a corner setting as shown in the images.
The finishing design and glass was a real triumph for Altitude and the Clients.