ASSA ABLOY is inviting architects, designers and specifiers to challenge it with their specification questions at Clerkenwell Design Week, where the company will be showcasing a wide range of solutions (stand E15; 23rd-25th May).
Visitors to the stand can send ASSA ABLOY their specification challenges in the run-up to the show – whether that be around sustainability, inclusive design, slamming doors or more. ASSA ABLOY’s expert team will then solve each one.
The ASSA ABLOY stand will include an array of products from across the Group, including the Elmes collection of door hardware. Pocket Door Pro from PC Henderson, the AURA® range from Lorient. This is made up of a selection of drop seals, perimeter seals, door bottom seals, threshold plates and ramps that provide outstanding protection for all four sides of a door against sound, smoke, light, draughts, and dust – all while seamlessly integrating into beautiful doorsets and floors through bespoke colour matches.
In addition, ASSA ABLOY will show a selection of door openings and access solutions for homes, businesses, and institutions, including doors, door hardware, mechanical and smart locks, and access control.
Peter Ashworth, Sales Director at ASSA ABLOY Door Hardware Group, comments: “We have great confidence in our design-led products and expertise – and that’s why we’re challenging visitors to Clerkenwell Design Week to bring their specification problems to us so that we can solve them.
“Whether it’s stylish door hardware, intumescent seals, or access control systems, we have the products to complement modern building designs and enhance an architect’s vision. We can’t wait to show these off at Clerkenwell Design Week.”