Quintain House

Acme Double Camber Plain Tile

Quintain House's clay tiled roof is sympathetic to those in nearby traditional villages in the surrounding area.

All in the detail

Quintain House's clay tiled roof is sympathetic to those in nearby traditional villages in the surrounding area. Its striking undulating form was very challenging on a technical level and was achieved using Acme Double Camber clay plain tiles in Burnt Flame, demonstrating their versatility in creating complex roof designs. The project demonstrates the highest standards of roofing expertise, craftsmanship and delivery to turn an ambitious architectural vision into striking reality. The stunning curves articulated by the beauty of clay tiles are the crowning glory of a roofing masterpiece.
Roof detail showing the roof curve with Acme Double Camber used

Flowing free

Specifics

Product

  • Acme Double Camber Clay Plain Tile

 

Sector

  • Residential

 

Architect

  • Kirkland Fraser Moor (Design Architect)
  • John Phipps (Construction Architect)

 

Location

  • South

 

Awards

  • 2017 NFRC Roof of the Year
  • 2017 NFRC Roof Tiling category
  • 2017 IDF Pitched Roof of the Year