Record Automated Doors worked with architects Harry Seidler & Associates to design and install, new glazing and revolving doors to enclose the building foyer and food court area at an iconic Sydney building.
A new high performance glazing was installed to replace the existing polycarbonate roof panelling. The high performance glazing provides comfortable conditions within the foyer area and maximises the amount of natural light within the internal space.
Large panels of glass up to 7m high by 2.8m wide made up the internal entry glazing, helping to transform what was once a lacklustre food court area, into a vibrant, intimate and stylish indoor space.
Record Automated Doors worked with the architect and builder to create a striking, modern foyer, seamlessly blending old and new.
- Record Automated Doors also installed:
- Curved glazing to the security and foyer meeting rooms
- New glass balustrades
- Five revolving doors, one curved sliding door entrance, two automatic sliding doors and four automatic swing doors for disabled access
The five revolving doors and one curved automatic sliding door were specifically designed and built using mirror stainless steel cladding to the door structure, canopy and sidewalls.
The revolving doors are Record Automated Doors Fullview Series with frameless glass carousels. The revolving glass doors feature Record Automated Doors' unique automatic sliding ‘clamshell’ sidewall system for after hours security as well as automatic windback door wings. LED lights are fitted into the ceiling panels to offer a striking starlight feature.
The Best Use of Glass award at the 2009 NSW Master Builders Association Awards was presented to AGP for their glazing work on the Grosvenor Project.