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Steel windows from West Leigh have replicated the style of the listed Trevor Square elevation of the former Harrods Depository building in Knightsbridge, London, in its conversion to high-quality apartments and penthouses. More than 250 were supplied and installed, the frames fabricated from steel W20 section, with both fixed and vertically pivoting opening lights. The majority are rectangular in shape and 2.5m tall, while those at the lower level have semicircular arch heads. These are fitted with high-performance IG glass, with a low-emissivity coating.

l ENQUIRY NO. 1202

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