Centre Stage at Futurebuild for Smart Designer Doors

Posted by Barry Pearson on March 20, 2019  |   Comments Off on Centre Stage at Futurebuild for Smart Designer Doors

Smart Architectural Aluminium showcased a wide range of products and systems at this year’s Futurebuild exhibition. At the heart of the company’s stand was its high-quality, high-performance Designer Door range, as well as a series of innovative displays featuring its Alitherm Heritage, Visotherm and MC 600 ranges.

Launched last year, the comprehensive Smart Designer Door range features a wide choice of styles and designs, from the contemporary Modern collection, to the Traditional, Cottage and Vintage portfolios, whose designs sit perfectly with more rural properties or the timeless styles of the Victorian, Edwardian and Regency eras. The design styles are complemented by a wide range of size, glazing and door furniture options, as well as a broad spectrum of colours and finishes from Smart’s extensive colour palettes.

Commenting on the company’s presence at the show, Managing Director Eddie Robinson, said: “We were delighted to return to ExCeL for the 2019 Futurebuild exhibition, where once again we took the opportunity to showcase a broad range of new products and systems.

“This year, our Designer Door system took centre stage on our stand, with a range of style and colour variants on display, alongside a number of our new door and window products. Our display also featured our proven Alitherm Heritage system, which this year we showed in an art-deco style screen display.  There was certainly a lot for visitors to see on our stand and we very much enjoyed welcoming them and discussing our extensive range of high-quality, thermally efficient and elegant solutions.”

Amongst the range of new products was an impressive faceted MC 600 display, as well as a screen and door set to showcase the versatility and capability of the Smart Alitherm Heritage system. This featured a combination of casement and tilt & turn windows, and double doors, all designed to recreate a typical art-deco glazed screen.