A popular choice for schools and public building projects, Canjaere timber cladding from A. Proctor Group has been used in this impressive new sports hall and performing arts complex at Manor Lodge Independent School, set in the secluded Radlett countryside.
The brand new £2million complex was designed by the Aedifice Partnership, and constructed by T & B Contractors over a 50-week project period. The design features an impressive steel frame with brick and timber cladding and a sedum roof, to provide a natural finish, and perfectly complement the local conservation area.
The architects specified Canjaere Classic Timber Cladding in a bespoke black colourway, in order to blend in with the surrounding environment. The timber is treated with a unique process, which improves its performance, and protects the wood against moisture and preserves the finished look, backed by a 30-year maintenance warranty against rot and decay. This means the product is ideal for projects within education, housing and a wide range of public buildings.
Canjaere Classic comes in a range of natural colour finishes, and combined with its high performance properties, and the accompanying 30 year warranty, provides the architect and client with total confidence in the longevity of the product. Available in three profile finishes, Tongue and Groove, Arden and Channel, the range is completed with a selection of colour matched trims and accessories to suit.