This residential project featured multiple MHB SL30-ISO steel windows and doors. Located in the sought-after University Park in Dallas, USA, this house had the entire ground floor fitted with MHB steel systems.
The steel systems complement the existing architecture perfectly, fitting in with the traditional, timeless design whilst also emitting a sleek, luxury feel.
MHB’s SL30-ISO system is the slimmest thermally broken steel system available on the market, this property now benefits from floods of natural light entering the interior living space.
A wide range of locking options are available with this system, this project used a partial lock mullion. There is also a variety of configurations and sizes for this system and every installation is bespoke engineered to the specification.
Steel framed windows and doors, wooden furniture, wooden flooring and textured brickwork to the exterior of the building work in harmony to give this building a modern industrial aesthetic.
Ultra-slim sightlines of just 30mm maintain the industrial aesthetic whilst the thermal break and highly insulated glass ensure these systems achieve modern performance levels.
The steel frames are complemented by the homes interior décor which has a neutral colour palette and includes a metal look light fixture and wooden furniture.
Having a minimalistic interior gives the overall look of the project the best of traditional with a luxury feel to create a timeless finish.
As well as including a full thermal break and having the slimmest sightlines of any insulated steel system, the MHB SL30-ISO systems offer unprecedented levels of performance and durability.
It has been determined to have a like expectancy of 100+ years according to ISO 15686-2 and the steel profiles can be designed to suit a wide range of buildings.
There are a variety of metallic finishes, glass options and sizes available for these systems and each installation is handcrafted to suit requirements, making this the most exclusive solution for architectural projects.