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SEGMENT SYSTEMS AJ ENQUIRY NO: 201 After 12 months' intensive product development and testing, Segment has launched its groundbreaking curved modular screen and furniture system.

The product range offers a solution to the problem of providing private areas in public spaces and can be configured to suit any layout. It is being used in the space management designs of a number of the UK's largest organisations.Visit www. segmentsystems. com

HANSENGROUP AJ ENQUIRY NO: 202 Providing original designs and adding vision to buildings are key elements in the HansenGlass philosophy. The ThermoSpan structural glazing range offers architects these qualities, enabling them to take creativity to greater heights, using this toughened glass product in any plane from vertical through to horizontal. For more details tel 0151 515 3000, or email sales@hansenglass. co. uk

KEIM MINERAL PAINTS AJ ENQUIRY NO: 203 Keim Lotexan from Keim Mineral Paints has been used at Persistence Works in Sheffield, the home of the Yorkshire ArtSpace Society, on all exposed concrete surfaces.

It provides a smooth, matt, 'invisible' protection from weathering while maintaining the 'as struck' concrete appearance.

KALWALL: PROJECT OF THE WEEK AJ ENQUIRY NO: 204 One of the unique benefits of using Kalwall cladding is naturally diffused daylight, evenly distributed and eliminating shadows, glare and hotspots. Challenge College sports hall, designed by Bradford council architects department, shows exactly why Kalwall is so sport and userfriendly. Kalwall in the UK is a new publication of recent cladding

and roofing projects. Call Stoakes Systems on 020 8660 7667, or visit www. kalwall. co. uk

BAGGERIDGE AJ ENQUIRY NO: 205 Baggeridge bricks have been used for a new canalside housing development in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, to match the materials used originally to construct the surrounding waterway.

Baggeridge Oast Russet Sovereign Stock and Reclaimed Shire Sovereign Stock bricks were specified to provide a traditional look, in keeping with the location.

IGUZZINI AJ ENQUIRY NO: 206 Woody is a versatile system specifically designed for lighting public areas, with ground, wall, pole and bracket-mounting solutions available. Streets, gardens, buildings, traffic-intensive roads, houses and monuments can be shown to their best advantage with a differentiated range of light distribution and application solutions, all provided by a harmonious ensemble of fittings and accessories. Visit www. iguzzini.co. uk for further information.

LIGNACITE AJ ENQUIRY NO: 207 Lignacite has launched its new and improved website. The site contains an overview of all the products and services the company provides.

Technical information, product data, design, applications and good site practices can all be downloaded from the website. There is also a photo library of completed projects, which can be used as a resource on facing masonry.Visit www. lignacite. co. uk

HADDONSTONE AJ ENQUIRY NO: 208 The recently completed Serenity Spa at Seaham Hall Hotel in County Durham has made extensive use of Haddonstone cast stone.

The hotel and leisure facility is one of the most luxurious built in the UK in the past few years, and the design juxtaposes old and new: the hotel is a Grade II-listed building and the spa is a modern concept building built on Feng Shui principles.

One of the spa's most impressive features is a dramatic curved 'rain screen' wall, created using Tacstone blocks from Haddonstone.

Respond to these showcases @ www. ajplus. co. uk/ajdirect

Readers may obtain information about these products by filling in the enquiry numbers on one of the AJ enquiry cards. Advertisers wishing to promote their products on these pages should contact Mike McSweeney on 020 7505 6816.

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