The R9 system from The Residence Collection was said to be the only timber alternative window that was approved during the planning process when fabricator CWG Choices and installer Silent Windows set about the transformation of a historic former bank building in Thame into apartments.

R9 windows in Grained White, featuring leaded glass, were used to replicate the style of the original structure.  The selected windows have a u-value of 1.2W/m²K and BFRC A++ with double glazing as standard.

Residence Collection marketing manager Jo Trotman said: “This project is a perfect example of how the R9 windows can be used to replicate that heritage feel and look while still being high-performing and energy-efficient. This project opted for a window that perfectly complemented the building while still capitalising on all the other performance qualities that the R9 boasts.

“The transformation of the historic NatWest Bank offices into modern apartments presented a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Retaining the architectural integrity of the original structure was paramount, and the R9 windows provided an ideal solution by combining traditional aesthetics with cutting-edge functionality.”

Enis Evlat, managing director at Silent View Windows added: “We are so pleased that the R9 windows perfectly replicate the style of the windows from 1910. These windows not only add to the aesthetics but also bring exceptional durability and energy efficiency.

 “Our team took great pride in joining this project to seamlessly integrate each window to perfection. We’re thrilled to have been part of this project alongside The Residence Collection windows and fabricator CWG Choices.”

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