Fenman House is an elegant and intimate addition to the King’s Cross skyline, and comprises of 76 apartments of which there are a total of 17 unique apartment types.
Lighting – The LED lighting was configured as a mixture of scenes and individual circuit control and the possibility for the owner to over-write the scenes with their own preferences.
Heating and ventilation – Wet underfloor heating control was installed throughout. The bathrooms include warm walls, mirror demisters and an MVHR boost function, all are controlled by a mixture of timers, presence detectors and manual switches.
Switches – The GIRA switches were configured to manage the lighting and heating within the area that they were positioned. They include embedded thermostats which enable more accurate temperature management.
Touchscreens – a GIRA touchscreen is located in a central location and can be used for the more advanced functions. All functions can also be controlled remotely via an app.
Door Access – A door entry unit was mounted to the wall by the front door and the homeowners could view the visitor from their phone or from one of the mounted touchscreens.
More information on the project can be found here.