Safety and security were the key priorities in the refurbishment of Johanna O’Dea Court, a landmark multi-storey NSW Family and Community Services apartment block located in Camperdown, NSW.
After falling into a serious state of disrepair, the building recently underwent a complete refurbishment to upgrade the facilities to provide a safe, secure, amenable place for residents.
As a residential building, natural ventilation was a key objective for the architect. The challenge was to achieve the required ventilation without compromising safety and security.
Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows were the obvious choice to meet this challenge. They are among the only windows on the market that comply with recent changes to the National Construction Code (NCC)* without any modification or additional hardware.
After installing Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows ventilation increased by 200%. Our louvre windows also delivered an aesthetic element that complemented the existing building’s features. Click here to download pdf.
Quantity Supplied 200
Colour/Finish Clear anodised finish for frames and internal insect screens
Blade Opening 106mm
Louvres 6.38mm Comfortplus glass
Architect NSW Government Architects Office
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