DML Group has been appointed to a £1.4m project at Great Minster House, one of London’s newest luxury residential developments.
DML was chosen by the scheme’s developer, Barratt London, to design, manufacture and install 280 windows and doors along with bronze anodised feature cladding panels.
Great Minster House offers 61 stylish studios, apartments and penthouses on six floors, situated on the corner of Marsham Street and Horseferry Road in Westminster, close to St James’s Park, Knightsbridge and London’s West End.
It has been designed to bring an international feel to living in London, whilst reflecting its British roots, using luxury furnishings, fittings and materials throughout.
Chris Murray, sales and marketing director, DML Group, said: “This is a really imaginative scheme on which we’ve worked closely with Barratt London to design a range of products that fit with the luxurious style of the building whilst meeting its technical specifications. We have many years experience in this sector and have established an outstanding reputation for delivering large and often prestigious, residential schemes.”
DML Group has two divisions: Drawn Metal, which provides bespoke metalwork and shopfronts and whose clients include some of the world’s leading brands; and DML Architectural Systems, which specialises in external aluminium façades, cladding, windows, unitised and curtain walling and is a preferred supplier for several of the UK’s largest main contractors.