Projects in Progress
Celtic Manor Resort
Architect Stewart Gregory of AJ Top 100 Practice Scott Brownrigg is working with the Rooflight Company on the refurbishment of the well - known Celtic Manor Resort in Wales. The project is due for completion in March 2013. Fourteen Conservation Rooflights® have been installed on this scheme.
19 Palace Mansions
The Rooflight Company are working with architect Richard Castor-Jeffries on this residential property refurbishment in London. The architect has specified neo™ rooflights for this project due to thier frameless appearance inside and out.
Parc bellis is a 170m2 three story timber frame new build dwelling in Hen Llandegfan, Angelsey. The brief was to design a Georgian style building so the client felt the use of traditional looking rooflights would complement the overall design scheme. WMDesign specified five CR13 Conservation Rooflights® as they meet the traditional appearance externally, yet use the latest technology to adhere to building regulations. Two of the rooflights were linked together to provide a continuous run of light in both the bedroom and the sewing room.
Architect Adrian Williamson WMDesign
Residential Property, USA
The Rooflight Company have supplied six neo Fortecom™ to be installed in to a new build extension of this American Residential home. Working closely with the architect Chris Burrell – also based in the USA, the Rooflight Company have been able to ensure the client’s needs were met by achieving a modern rooflight installed flush within the roof materials.
Residential Property – Holland
The Rooflight Company have supplied property owner Emiel with Conservation Roolights® for his project in Holland. The rooflights have been installed into a Pan Tile Roof and a flush finished has been achieved. In total six Conservation Rooflights® model CR10 have been supplied for this project.