The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings.

Crittall Arnold’s W20 suite, is perfectly suited for use as room dividers, and can be supplied as fixed glazed screens, French doors, pivot doorsets and sliding doors (both overwall and integrated into proprietary cavity slider units).

Common applications include hallway doorsets, and divisions between rooms, as much for the appearance as for practical reasons, such as noise dampening and draft exclusion.

Laminate glass types as well as airs seals, help to reduce noise, whilst allowing both light transmission and visibility, from one space to another.

Steel joinery can be described as industrial and sleek. “Steel joinery provides a unique, elegant aesthetic, due to the slim dividing transoms and mullions,” says Crittall Arnold’s Darren Arnold.

“The inherent strength of steel allows for comparatively slender frames, that can hold large expanses of glass, so the options are opened up vastly.”

Crittall Arnold has supplied W20 glazed fenestration for internal applications in residential, hospitality, commercial and retail projects.

The majority of joinery that Crittall Arnold supplies embodies the much-loved industrial aesthetic and is supplied in a matte black finish. However, any powdercoated finish from any of New Zealand’s powdercoat ranges are available to the client.

Want to know more about using W20 steel windows and doors? Be sure to visit Crittall Arnold on Archipro today or contact the Auckland office to learn more.

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The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings.

Crittall Arnold’s W20 suite, is perfectly suited for use as room dividers, and can be supplied as fixed glazed screens, French doors, pivot doorsets and sliding doors (both overwall and integrated into proprietary cavity slider units).

Common applications include hallway doorsets, and divisions between rooms, as much for the appearance as for practical reasons, such as noise dampening and draft exclusion.

Laminate glass types as well as airs seals, help to reduce noise, whilst allowing both light transmission and visibility, from one space to another.

Steel joinery can be described as industrial and sleek. “Steel joinery provides a unique, elegant aesthetic, due to the slim dividing transoms and mullions,” says Crittall Arnold’s Darren Arnold.

“The inherent strength of steel allows for comparatively slender frames, that can hold large expanses of glass, so the options are opened up vastly.”

Crittall Arnold has supplied W20 glazed fenestration for internal applications in residential, hospitality, commercial and retail projects.

The majority of joinery that Crittall Arnold supplies embodies the much-loved industrial aesthetic and is supplied in a matte black finish. However, any powdercoated finish from any of New Zealand’s powdercoat ranges are available to the client.

Want to know more about using W20 steel windows and doors? Be sure to visit Crittall Arnold on Archipro today or contact the Auckland office to learn more.

Get in touch with
Crittall Arnold

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The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings.

Crittall Arnold’s W20 suite, is perfectly suited for use as room dividers, and can be supplied as fixed glazed screens, French doors, pivot doorsets and sliding doors (both overwall and integrated into proprietary cavity slider units).

Common applications include hallway doorsets, and divisions between rooms, as much for the appearance as for practical reasons, such as noise dampening and draft exclusion.

Laminate glass types as well as airs seals, help to reduce noise, whilst allowing both light transmission and visibility, from one space to another.

Steel joinery can be described as industrial and sleek. “Steel joinery provides a unique, elegant aesthetic, due to the slim dividing transoms and mullions,” says Crittall Arnold’s Darren Arnold.

“The inherent strength of steel allows for comparatively slender frames, that can hold large expanses of glass, so the options are opened up vastly.”

Crittall Arnold has supplied W20 glazed fenestration for internal applications in residential, hospitality, commercial and retail projects.

The majority of joinery that Crittall Arnold supplies embodies the much-loved industrial aesthetic and is supplied in a matte black finish. However, any powdercoated finish from any of New Zealand’s powdercoat ranges are available to the client.

Want to know more about using W20 steel windows and doors? Be sure to visit Crittall Arnold on Archipro today or contact the Auckland office to learn more.

Get in touch with
Crittall Arnold

Request pricing/info
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The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings.

Crittall Arnold’s W20 suite, is perfectly suited for use as room dividers, and can be supplied as fixed glazed screens, French doors, pivot doorsets and sliding doors (both overwall and integrated into proprietary cavity slider units).

Common applications include hallway doorsets, and divisions between rooms, as much for the appearance as for practical reasons, such as noise dampening and draft exclusion.

Laminate glass types as well as airs seals, help to reduce noise, whilst allowing both light transmission and visibility, from one space to another.

Steel joinery can be described as industrial and sleek. “Steel joinery provides a unique, elegant aesthetic, due to the slim dividing transoms and mullions,” says Crittall Arnold’s Darren Arnold.

“The inherent strength of steel allows for comparatively slender frames, that can hold large expanses of glass, so the options are opened up vastly.”

Crittall Arnold has supplied W20 glazed fenestration for internal applications in residential, hospitality, commercial and retail projects.

The majority of joinery that Crittall Arnold supplies embodies the much-loved industrial aesthetic and is supplied in a matte black finish. However, any powdercoated finish from any of New Zealand’s powdercoat ranges are available to the client.

Want to know more about using W20 steel windows and doors? Be sure to visit Crittall Arnold on Archipro today or contact the Auckland office to learn more.

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Crittall Arnold

Request pricing/info
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The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings.

Crittall Arnold’s W20 suite, is perfectly suited for use as room dividers, and can be supplied as fixed glazed screens, French doors, pivot doorsets and sliding doors (both overwall and integrated into proprietary cavity slider units).

Common applications include hallway doorsets, and divisions between rooms, as much for the appearance as for practical reasons, such as noise dampening and draft exclusion.

Laminate glass types as well as airs seals, help to reduce noise, whilst allowing both light transmission and visibility, from one space to another.

Steel joinery can be described as industrial and sleek. “Steel joinery provides a unique, elegant aesthetic, due to the slim dividing transoms and mullions,” says Crittall Arnold’s Darren Arnold.

“The inherent strength of steel allows for comparatively slender frames, that can hold large expanses of glass, so the options are opened up vastly.”

Crittall Arnold has supplied W20 glazed fenestration for internal applications in residential, hospitality, commercial and retail projects.

The majority of joinery that Crittall Arnold supplies embodies the much-loved industrial aesthetic and is supplied in a matte black finish. However, any powdercoated finish from any of New Zealand’s powdercoat ranges are available to the client.

Want to know more about using W20 steel windows and doors? Be sure to visit Crittall Arnold on Archipro today or contact the Auckland office to learn more.

Get in touch with
Crittall Arnold

Request pricing/info
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The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings.

Crittall Arnold’s W20 suite, is perfectly suited for use as room dividers, and can be supplied as fixed glazed screens, French doors, pivot doorsets and sliding doors (both overwall and integrated into proprietary cavity slider units).

Common applications include hallway doorsets, and divisions between rooms, as much for the appearance as for practical reasons, such as noise dampening and draft exclusion.

Laminate glass types as well as airs seals, help to reduce noise, whilst allowing both light transmission and visibility, from one space to another.

Steel joinery can be described as industrial and sleek. “Steel joinery provides a unique, elegant aesthetic, due to the slim dividing transoms and mullions,” says Crittall Arnold’s Darren Arnold.

“The inherent strength of steel allows for comparatively slender frames, that can hold large expanses of glass, so the options are opened up vastly.”

Crittall Arnold has supplied W20 glazed fenestration for internal applications in residential, hospitality, commercial and retail projects.

The majority of joinery that Crittall Arnold supplies embodies the much-loved industrial aesthetic and is supplied in a matte black finish. However, any powdercoated finish from any of New Zealand’s powdercoat ranges are available to the client.

Want to know more about using W20 steel windows and doors? Be sure to visit Crittall Arnold on Archipro today or contact the Auckland office to learn more.

Get in touch with
Crittall Arnold

Request pricing/info
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The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings.

Crittall Arnold’s W20 suite, is perfectly suited for use as room dividers, and can be supplied as fixed glazed screens, French doors, pivot doorsets and sliding doors (both overwall and integrated into proprietary cavity slider units).

Common applications include hallway doorsets, and divisions between rooms, as much for the appearance as for practical reasons, such as noise dampening and draft exclusion.

Laminate glass types as well as airs seals, help to reduce noise, whilst allowing both light transmission and visibility, from one space to another.

Steel joinery can be described as industrial and sleek. “Steel joinery provides a unique, elegant aesthetic, due to the slim dividing transoms and mullions,” says Crittall Arnold’s Darren Arnold.

“The inherent strength of steel allows for comparatively slender frames, that can hold large expanses of glass, so the options are opened up vastly.”

Crittall Arnold has supplied W20 glazed fenestration for internal applications in residential, hospitality, commercial and retail projects.

The majority of joinery that Crittall Arnold supplies embodies the much-loved industrial aesthetic and is supplied in a matte black finish. However, any powdercoated finish from any of New Zealand’s powdercoat ranges are available to the client.

Want to know more about using W20 steel windows and doors? Be sure to visit Crittall Arnold on Archipro today or contact the Auckland office to learn more.

Get in touch with
Crittall Arnold

Request pricing/info
Visit website
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The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings.

Crittall Arnold’s W20 suite, is perfectly suited for use as room dividers, and can be supplied as fixed glazed screens, French doors, pivot doorsets and sliding doors (both overwall and integrated into proprietary cavity slider units).

Common applications include hallway doorsets, and divisions between rooms, as much for the appearance as for practical reasons, such as noise dampening and draft exclusion.

Laminate glass types as well as airs seals, help to reduce noise, whilst allowing both light transmission and visibility, from one space to another.

Steel joinery can be described as industrial and sleek. “Steel joinery provides a unique, elegant aesthetic, due to the slim dividing transoms and mullions,” says Crittall Arnold’s Darren Arnold.

“The inherent strength of steel allows for comparatively slender frames, that can hold large expanses of glass, so the options are opened up vastly.”

Crittall Arnold has supplied W20 glazed fenestration for internal applications in residential, hospitality, commercial and retail projects.

The majority of joinery that Crittall Arnold supplies embodies the much-loved industrial aesthetic and is supplied in a matte black finish. However, any powdercoated finish from any of New Zealand’s powdercoat ranges are available to the client.

Want to know more about using W20 steel windows and doors? Be sure to visit Crittall Arnold on Archipro today or contact the Auckland office to learn more.

Get in touch with
Crittall Arnold

Request pricing/info
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The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

The elegance of steel joinery now indoors

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Steel joinery has been experiencing a surge in popularity; the slender aesthetic, long sought after for external fenestration, is being specified more commonly for the interior of buildings.

Crittall Arnold’s W20 suite, is perfectly suited for use as room dividers, and can be supplied as fixed glazed screens, French doors, pivot doorsets and sliding doors (both overwall and integrated into proprietary cavity slider units).

Common applications include hallway doorsets, and divisions between rooms, as much for the appearance as for practical reasons, such as noise dampening and draft exclusion.

Laminate glass types as well as airs seals, help to reduce noise, whilst allowing both light transmission and visibility, from one space to another.

Steel joinery can be described as industrial and sleek. “Steel joinery provides a unique, elegant aesthetic, due to the slim dividing transoms and mullions,” says Crittall Arnold’s Darren Arnold.

“The inherent strength of steel allows for comparatively slender frames, that can hold large expanses of glass, so the options are opened up vastly.”

Crittall Arnold has supplied W20 glazed fenestration for internal applications in residential, hospitality, commercial and retail projects.

The majority of joinery that Crittall Arnold supplies embodies the much-loved industrial aesthetic and is supplied in a matte black finish. However, any powdercoated finish from any of New Zealand’s powdercoat ranges are available to the client.

Want to know more about using W20 steel windows and doors? Be sure to visit Crittall Arnold on Archipro today or contact the Auckland office to learn more.

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Crittall Arnold

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