565 London Road, Isleworth
Project Completed: 565 London Road
This is a modern residential development project situated in the heart of Isleworth. This high rise building consists of many stunning penthouse apartments which have spectacular views over the London skyline. To compliment the modern architecture the rainscreen cladding colours selected were 1255 Anthrazit Grey and 4150 Gold Metallic. With the subtle tones of the brickwork and those of the Vitrabond, the two work in perfect harmony creating an awesome finish to these residential homes. The material was supplied through Vivalda London Ltd and FGF Ltd, Birmingham and the installation completed by Jessella.
About 565 London Road:
With the River Thames and Syon and Osterley Parks in the vicinity this property is close to local schools, shops, amenities and Isleworth BR station (serving London Waterloo). Further benefits include a fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, double glazing, gas central heating, audio/visual entry phone system and secure underground, allocated parking.
Valcan is the sole European manufacturer of Vitrabond. We are able to supply a full-colour matching solution for any design brief and have short lead times for all projects. Vitrabond offers an incomparable range of designing options thanks to its versatility and workability. The panels can be machine cut, routed, roll-bended, folded, routed and perforated without loss of structural integrity. This makes it easy to create the right visual feel to any project.
Vitrabond cladding systems allow you to create exact branding matches. We can match colours and the panels can be machined, rolled, folded and remain easily attachable. This means you can easily reflect your branding and create powerful visual, easily recognisable facades.
Isleworth is a small town of Saxon origin sited within the London Borough of Hounslow in west London, England. It lies immediately east of the town of Hounslow and west of the River Thamesand its tributary the River Crane. Isleworth’s original area of settlement, alongside the Thames, is known as ‘Old Isleworth’. The north-west corner of the town, bordering on Osterley to the north and Lampton to the west, is known as ‘Spring Grove’.
Much of Isleworth became orchards in the 18th century (including part of Hugh Ronalds’ renowned nursery), and then market gardens in the 19th century, supplying the London markets. Lower Square and Church Street still have buildings dating from the 18th and early 19th centuries. A striking element of this period was the establishment in Isleworth of many mansions and large houses, principally for aristocrats and high achievers. This phenomenon arose owing mainly to the collection of royal and noble residences and ecclesiastical establishments that already existed nearby.
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