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South Bank Tower, London, UK

The residen­tial tower in its pre­sent form was erected on top of the ancient King’s Reach Tower which was built in 1972 with 30 storeys and a height of 111 metres according to the designs of Richard Seifert. Between 2010 and 2015 the building was comple­tely rede­si­gned and 11 storeys were added to it, so its total height is now 155 metres.
Glass is the main mate­rial of this extra­ordi­nary building. Every apart­ment is pro­vided with floor-to-ceiling win­dows, pent­houses even have win­dows span­ning two storeys. The view over many London sites such as City of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge, Battersea Power Sta­tion, London Eye and Houses of Par­lia­ment is unique.
South Bank Tower is a majestic architectural sta­te­ment fol­lowing the moder­nistic tra­di­tion of clean lines, strai­ghtforward sur­faces and translu­cent rooms.
Gretsch­-Unitas supplied the hard­ware for the Pro­je­c­ting Top-Hung win­dows, hard­ware for heavy sashes and hinges with a load capacity of 300 kg.