Georgian Architecture is often variable and it is not uncommon to find a number of one-off buildings in various towns and villages. Yet they are all defined by their desire to be symmetrical with the proportions based on the classic architecture of Greece and Rome. In a number of towns that expanded rapidly during the period, property developers started to emerge, building rows of houses in homogeneous terraces and this style spread globally with its high standards of finish and construction. A number of these beautiful homes were demolished over the years but cities such as London, Edinburgh, Bristol and Newcastle have retained plenty of examples that allow Period Moulding to revive these designs.
A solid lipped door 44mm thick, with machined panels, original period designed bolection moulds and primed is ready for installation. The doors are a mixed softwood laminated core of pine and spruce with an resistent face. Additionally, they have acoustic capabilities up to 37db and comply with BS EN 100771 – 2006/12 offering thermal properties up to 1.6W/m2k.
An eight panelled door that has symetrical panels through the face of the door.