Eco-friendly apartment development.

The Earthdome development won the award for the London region of the Master Builder of the Year 2015 in Energy Efficiency.

Earthdome – Eco-friendly Apartment Development

The Earthdome development won the award for the London region of the Master Builder of the Year 2015 in Energy Efficiency.

Marvin Architectural supported Robert Harris, developer & lecturer of ecological studies, in his strive for the ultimate eco-friendly development. Robert Harris says "I wanted to use the best of contemporary materials available in the 21st century".

Marvin Architectural supported Robert Harris, developer & lecturer of ecological studies, in his strive for the ultimate eco-friendly development. Robert Harris says “I wanted to use the best of contemporary materials available in the 21st century”.

Thermally energy-efficient glazing windows and doors not only help reduce energy use, they provide value by reducing heating and cooling costs. The energy-efficient glazing systems used by Marvin are state of the art. All Marvin products use Softcoat Low EII with Argon gas filled glazing, which has several benefits including energy savings, improved comfort, reduced condensation, increased light and view, reduced fading and lower heating, ventilation and air conditioning costs.

The Earthdome development won the award for the London region of the Master Builder of the Year 2015 in Energy Efficiency.

Robert Harris chose to invest in Marvin’s aluminium clad composite windows and doors and when asked why he chose Marvin he said: “No other company offered this type of window”. The incredible durability of Marvin’s extruded aluminium coating along with a Kynar finish provides the highest commercial grade finish available in the marketplace as a standard on all windows and doors. This provides one of the most durable finishes available – ensuring a long life expectancy and resistance to environmental conditions second to none. This ageless quality of the longest lasting windows and doors available in the marketplace means a reduction in the number of replacement windows produced well into the future, providing further savings on our natural resources.

Marvin also minimises the environmental impact during the production of products and manufacturing operations.