The Specialist Buyers Guide for the Interior Design Contract Market
With a wide choice of front, internal and garage doors to choose from, Urban Front offers high performance, functional style and individual design. Our doors are made in our own workshops in the UK and are shipped all over the world.
We work very closely with architects and designers to achieve flexible design including flush doorsets, oversized doors up to 1.5m wide x 3m high, fully glazed doorsets and doors suitable for large and small developments. Our doors can be ordered to work with home automation, fitted into glass curtain walling and can be finished in a variety of hardwoods, RAL colours or metal finishes like Bronze. All of our designs are unique and design registered in the UK and Europe.
In the past year, Urban Front have passed vigorous security testing achieving certification for LPS1175 Grade 2 and are now Secure by Design members. Our doors are used on schools, hospitals and apartment building main entrances, on dental surgeries and hairdressers and restaurants. We are however most known for the use of our doors for private residences and homes.
We have various designs and types of doors that might suit the project you are working on please see below for details:
Our front doors are available as E80 hinged, E80 pivot and E98 Passiv with Uvalues as low as 0.89UV with steel reinforcement for stability, 5point locking as standard for security and double weather sealing for weathering .
Our garage doors come in various systems including Side Hung, Counter balance, Up and Over and 2 by 2 Folding with automation, and match our front door range. Garage doors are available in sizes up to 2.4m x 7m wide depending on the application.
Our internal doors are available hinged, pivoted, sliding or bifold. They match all of the other doors we offer and come in a variety of finishes in addition to FD30 and FD60 and in oversized sizes up to 1.5m wide x 3.2m tall.
RIBA certified CPD are available please email email@example.com for details.
Armourcoat has led the world developing polished plaster and high performance surface finishes.
As a leading manufacturer of decorative plaster, innovative surface finishes and sculptural effects, Armourcoat are committed to technical excellence. With an outstanding product range - now including 3D sculptural effects and innovative panel systems - featuring recycled material and low VOCs, Armourcoat remain at the forefront of sustainable decorative surface solutions.
Armourcoat has become an integral part of some of the world’s most prestigious architectural interiors, including luxury hotels and resorts, boutique retail, large-scale commercial and high-end residential clients in an extensive project list. Recent projects include the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, the Burj Al Arab and Burj Khalifa in the Middle East, and the unique Darwin Cocoon at London’s Natural History Museum.
Bronzino® containers are hand-made by artisans from solid copper and zinc and are suitable for use inside and out. All designs are exclusive to Bronzino, and created by Scottish artist-designer Kenneth Topp. Each is inspired by historic metalworking techniques, but are not copies of old designs, more reinventions of the past along with new forms that meet contemporary functional requirements.
Each Bronzino® design requires a different application of skill and technique. For example, our riveted pieces use one of the world’s oldest techniques for fastening metal, while ribs add strength, durability and a pleasing rhythm to our best-selling ribbed designs.
The traditional patinas give each piece a unique colour which will be enhanced through time.
The fine materials and handiwork that characterise each Bronzino® piece sets them well apart from ordinary containers, and makes them easy to incorporate into sophisticated and elegant interior schemes. Their uses extend well beyond the display of plants – clients are also known to use them as fountains, log baskets and home office storage.
The lightness of the containers also makes them ideal for locations where weight may be an issue, such as roof terraces, balconies and yachts.
Bronzino® works with architects and designers worldwide.
Dan Burrough has been running his own, busy, cabinet making and joinery business in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, for the past 14 years.
Dan Burrough works closely with his clients to create fresh, elegant, clean lined originals. His aim is to produces pieces that are personal and sensitive to both his clients and their environment.
Working with sustainable and contemporary materials Dan Burrough designs and makes beautiful, striking and exclusive work, from one off pieces of furniture, bespoke kitchens to bathrooms and fitted joinery.
All work is lovingly handmade and finished in house, combining traditional techniques, modern technology and innovative design.
Dan Burrough is a regular exhibitor at the inspired exhibition in Bristol and is currently a trustee of the Veronica Stewarts Arts Trust.
Grace & Webb is a leading design service that collaborates with a carefully selected portfolio of innovative architects, interior designers and clients to create bespoke laser cut screens and water-jet cut panels in a variety of metals and other materials.
Founder of Grace & Webb, Natasha Webb, combines her in-depth knowledge of pattern-making, styles and trends with state-of-the-art laser and water-jet cutting technology, to create unique features that complement her clients’ projects and bring their concepts to life, in a diverse range of structural and decorative applications, both interior and exterior.
Grace & Webb have designed and supplied bespoke laser cut metal panels and screens to luxury hotels, cruise-ships, restaurants, retail, residential and commercial environments. Applications include screens, balustrade, juliet balconies, room dividers, architectural cladding, window shutters, brise soleil, suspended ceilings, decorative wall features, public art commissions and percent-for-art projects.
Natasha Webb is the creative force behind Grace & Webb. Based in the UK, she established a successful career in London and New York, designing printed textiles for leading international fashion companies. The developments in design software and industrial cutting technologies led Natasha to apply her passion for pattern to a wider range of materials and markets.