Sliding patio door GERMAN EMBASSY, WASHINGTON DC
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sliding patio door
sliding patio door
sliding patio door
sliding patio door
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Characteristics

Opening system
sliding
Material
wooden
Glazing
double-glazed
Technical characteristics
security
Setting speed
design

Description

The German Embassy in Washington DC is a prestigious property combining the main colonial-style Embassy building and a semi-detached house. Both structures were designed in the 1960s by prominent German architect Egon Eiermann. In recent years, the impressive main Embassy building has suffered from asbestos contamination. As a result, the entire German Embassy has had to be completely renovated in order to meet modern-day health and safety standards – a challenging task for the architects having to balance the rigorous constraints of US building regulations with the need to respect and adapt Eiermann’s original design. To fulfil the requirements of the job, the team of architects have chosen to use Accoya windows as part of the overall renovation project. Quality where it counts Your wooden windows and doors should open effortlessly and look flawless all year round – for years to come. And with Accoya, they will. Naturally insulating, you can lock in the warmth and lock down the price of your energy bills. All whilst saving time, money and hassle on maintenance. Accoya – quality you can count on. Performance that saves you time and money Low risk of shrinkage, swelling, jamming, insects and fungi damage, means future repair costs are kept to a minimum. Also, thanks to Accoya’s superior thermal insulation, heat lost through timber windows and external doors is reduced – keeping homes cosy and energy bills down.

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