Urban Front - Contemporary Front Doors UK

< return to Case Study Houses

Cladded House

A Rondo V in a painted finish stands proud on this timber-clad house

Images Info
casestudy kirbys 1
Create drama with a very different material and look
casestudy kirbys 5
Up close and personal - the Rondo V's simple stainless steel strips create drama
casestudy kirbys 2
Rondo V front door in an anthracite grey
casestudy kirbys 3
Rondo V E80 pivot with a RAL finish and Option 11 handle
casestudy kirbys 4
Rondo V in a painted finish internal
casestudy kirbys 6
Security door in an anthracite grey

We are always convincing our customers not to go with the most obvious option when choosing a front door for their new build.  It's always a good idea to create contrast and make your front door stand out. This was definitely the case with this great house by TW2 Architects in High Wycombe. Our Rondo V in an anthracite grey stands out fabulously against all that cladding and also looks impressive from the inside against the glaring white walls. You will also notice that the door is vertical whereas the cladding is horizontal - another way to create contrast and interest.