Towel rails are sky high
MHS Radiators has supplied 544 of its chrome and white electric-only Space towel rails to Strata SE1, London’s tallest residential tower, in Southwark, London.
Nicknamed The Razor, the 148 metre high 43-storey Strata SE1 has three built-in wind turbines that are integrated into the building’s façade. The 19kW wind turbines are expected to generate up to 50 MWh of electricity annually.
The development has focused on sustainability with whole house ventilation systems with heat recovery, a district heating system, low energy lighting and high performance glazing to feature alongside the integrated wind turbines. The Strata SE1 development comprises 408 high quality apartments in two buildings, the Tower and the Pavilion, both with space for shops and restaurants. The project is at the heart of a much wider £1.5 billion regeneration of the Elephant and Castle area of London.
Strata SE1 was designed by BFLS Architects for Brookfield Europe. The M&E contractors for the project were residential specialists Briggs & Forrester MEP, who specified the Space towel rails from MHS Radiators.
Sophisticated and stylish, Space towel rails from MHS Radiators offer a touch of luxury at an excellent price – appealing to the property developer, builder and installer alike. Space comes in both straight and bowed formats and is manufactured using 22mm chrome plated steel tubes. Space towel rails are low maintenance and dry towels effectively – perfect for any size of property.