Crittall have recently secured a job with the luxurious Hampton Manor. The 1-star Michelin Restaurant with Rooms is located in Hampton-In-Arden and will feature a variety of Crittall products. The project will be part of further development of the historic estate which was once owned by former Prime Minister, Sir Robert Peel.

Built in 1855, Hampton Manor has been redesigned to maintain its classical foundations whilst building a new heritage. The luxurious estate is also host to many different events, including wine tasting, chef pop-up events, healthy food retreats and many more.

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The Architects, Hollingworth Dean-Walker Associates Ltd, and Client specified Corporate W20 external windows, which feature narrow sightlines to not compromise the light entering the building, combined with Innervision internal screens to compliment. Crittall Innervision screens offer privacy and are designed to transfer maximum levels of interior light using their minimalist profiles.

Crittall are proud to be a part of Hampton Manors redesign, supporting their vision of respect for the past, creativity for the now. Creative Director of Hampton Manor Fjona Hill explains: “We chose to work with Crittall on this project due to their long-standing history and heritage of craftsmanship, which is a perfect fit with our vision to honor the buildings classical foundations whilst building a new heritage for the estate”.

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Hampton Manor also recently featured on Channel 4’s Great Hotel Escape to discuss the project.

Watch here https://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-great-hotel-escape/on-demand/68632-013 

 


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