Re-defining garage door installations with bespoke designs since 1968

Rundum Meir is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year! 1968 – 2018

Rundum Meir design and produce a range of bespoke garage doors, perfect for residential and commercial properties of distinction. With unprecedented design options, their garage doors are completely bespoke and can be made to suit most openings.

Door options include the side sliding Rundum Original, side sliding sectional, overhead sectional and one off one piece up and over garage doors for specialist projects. All doors are hand-made, built using the finest materials including a variety of hand selected timbers, aluminium in any RAL colour or other specialised finishes, alloys and can include glass exteriors.

Bespoke garage doors for Specialist Projects

Combining stunning aesthetic properties fused with German engineering, Rundum Meir’s range of luxury garage doors complement many architectural styles, ranging from heritage Grade II listed buildings right through to modern, contemporary curved exteriors as well as interior solutions.

With many years’ experience Rundum Meir’s team work in consultation with architects, designers and clients to integrate Rundum Meir garage doors into various project requirements. Whether it is a new build or renovation project, their dedicated team works closely with architects, specifiers and other design professionals to integrate their hand-made garage doors seamlessly into project requirements.sliding garage doors uk

Specific Specialist Projects which feature Rundum Meir’s garage doors have included garage doors on award winning projects in Cambridge called Accordia and Abode, as well as numerous one off residential projects such as Downley House. The Accordia and Abode housing development is a collection of houses and apartments blending urban living with aspirational spaces that won the RIBA Stirling Prize. The lead is usually taken by architects’ design requirements and ideas which Rundum Meir try and realise.

Downley House is an extraordinary residential development nestled deep within rural Hampshire. Combining modern designs with period-like influences, it features a striking concave solid oak sliding garage door. The oak blends seamless with the surrounding stone and wooden materials that feature on the building. Despite the weight of the solid oak door curtain specialised door automation allows the door to open reliably and safely throughout the changing seasons.

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Specific Specialist Projects which feature Rundum Meir’s garage doors have included garage doors on award winning projects in Cambridge called Accordia and Abode, as well as numerous one off residential projects such as Downley House. The Accordia and Abode housing development is a collection of houses and apartments blending urban living with aspirational spaces that won the RIBA Stirling Prize. The lead is usually taken by architects’ design requirements and ideas which Rundum Meir try and realise.

Downley House is an extraordinary residential development nestled deep within rural Hampshire. Combining modern designs with period-like influences, it features a striking concave solid oak sliding garage door. The oak blends seamless with the surrounding stone and wooden materials that feature on the building. Despite the weight of the solid oak door curtain specialised door automation allows the door to open reliably and safely throughout the changing seasons.

Other Specialist Projects include a 4 side sliding garage doors that follows the perimeter of a circular garage, as well as alloy / copper garage door.

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Rundum Meir garage doors are installed to conform to all relevant safety standards giving architects, developers and end users confidence.

For further information on Rundum Meir bespoke garage doors please contact them on Tel: 0151 280 6626, or email info@rundum.co.uk or visit them online: www.rundum.co.uk

 

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Kirsty Hammond

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