There is a common misconception among many that disabled access lifts and ramps come with high-visibility boundaries and unsightly metal barriers, ruining the exterior and interior aesthetics of listed buildings and important venues. Sesame Access create custom lifts that are sympathetic to each building, cladded with materials that blend immaculately with the existing environment, whether it’s marble, stone, wood or carpet. Disabled access can be made stylish and tasteful without ever compromising on durability, functionality and security for all users.
“Our philosophy is based on retaining the architectural integrity of our clients’ buildings by creating beautiful bespoke lifts that cater to their every need. There have been objections to disabled access in the past, especially where listed buildings are concerned, because many have viewed them as an eyesore that compromises the history and the aesthetics of the building.”
He adds, “We’ve worked on listed buildings all over the country; we’ve even installed a lift at the Institution of Civil Engineering – if that isn’t a testament to our high quality engineering and sympathetic lifts, we don’t know what is! We have installed lifts in Kensington Palace and the Barbican Centre, with many commenting on the stellar work our master craftsmen have carried out at each venue. Our lifts are designed to integrate with the building itself, so that they look like they have been there all along.”
The lifts are available for both public buildings and private residences, and there are dozens of case studies and examples on the Sesame website, so that potential clients can see the truly supreme finish and lasting excellence each lift provides.
For more information about Sesame Access Systems, and to take a look at their product range, visit their website: www.sesameaccess.com
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