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The Fossdyke Paddock project in Saxilby consists of six bespoke eco homes built by Chiselwood Ltd. Protan membranes were chosen for this very high specification project. Protan single-ply membranes have a unique textured finish that was combined with Protan Omega Profiles to provide the required high level designer finish the client was looking for.
SNØ looks like a glacier as it rolls down the hillside a stone's throw from the E6 right by Oslo’s eastern city limits. The Protan SE 1.8 membrane used for the 32.000 square meter large roof was delivered in white and two shades of grey, helping to achieve the architects' aesthetic ambitions.
Maggie's Cancer Center in Oldham was built in 2017 and is the world's first engineered hardwood building. It is clad in tulipwood and has an interior that is just as innovative and beautiful. Underneath the building a tree is planted which emerges through the Protan roof.
The roof is not much bigger than a tennis court, but represents a mixed double of a new-build extension and the refurbishment of the original roof: Protan Vacuum System for the refurbished section and new Protan SE membrane for the extension.
Aestethics, longevity and flexibilty makes Protan single ply membrane an excellent choice for domestic roof projects, both new-build and refurbishment. This page showcases some inspirational projects with Protan single ply roof membranes.
Bespoke solutions, an inventive approach, attention to detail and solid craftmanship is what it takes to succeed with this most challenging project, a Geodesic dome home. This is the ultimate test of a roofer's abilities. And it looks gorgeous.
This luxury development required a high-level specification with a 25 year warranty. The roofs were required to be aesthetically similar to the metal standing seam roofs used on the surrounding commercial units. This was achieved using Protan single ply membrane and Omega profiles.
Some ships deserve to be placed in glass and a frame. Now one of the recent year's most sensational Norwegian construction operations has taken place around the old coastal liner MS "Finnmarken".