Having successfully brought many commercial and residential building designs to life through his practice, Surface Architects, Richard Scott faced the challenge of a lifetime with his own property, Highwood Lodge.
Skyline fascias, soffits and vertical cladding panels were used to create the stunning minimalist modern-build attached to the charming Victorian cottage. Skyline offered the flexibility needed to meet the project’s complex bespoke requirements.
Another significant consideration was that the design left no place to hide in terms of quality and finish. The clean lines and angular appearance presented a surfeit of elaborate detailing and junctions that demanded precision.
The objective of Skyline Architectural Aluminium, is to give designers the ultimate freedom to push their creativity to the limit and realise solutions of aesthetic merit. The product range is often referred to as ‘a collection of ideas’, based on unsurpassed technical design expertise. All elements are manufactured from superior polyester powder-coated aluminium which is 100% recyclable and available in a selection of standard bold generic shapes with bespoke designs available to order when unusual design elements are at play, such as those at Highwood Lodge.