skip to main content

Sutherland Road

The Welltec clad houses mediate sensitivity between the contrasting uses of the buildings and neighbouring landscape.


The Sutherland Road scheme is a mixture of affordable housing tenures, communal gardens and includes space for a new GP surgery, which is all tied together with a fun and functional landscape.

The pillar-box red Welltec cladding give the development a sense of identity and offers an unimposing industrial edge to the design, which is sympathetic to the roofscape of the surrounding buildings.

Alexis Kalli, Project Architect at Levitt Bernstein commented: “The snippets of views you get of the courtyard mews houses from passing along the street provide a real focal point of intrigue and pride amongst the residents. The system was easy to install making it a lot easier to get a good finish to the end result.

"The project works in terms of breaking up what could be perceived as quite a dense scheme. By varying materials and considering the constraints around the site this has helped to give each block an identity and we think this will engender a community spirit, which would be difficult to achieve with a more homogenised scheme." 

Mesh Type: Welltec

Product: SW15/40 R53

Material: Aluminium

Thickness: 1mm

Finish: RAL 3011 Coil Coat Upper Surface

Scope: 1760 sq m

Architects: Levitt Bernstein

Contractor: Higgins 

Installer: MBM Contracts

What our customers say

Very good service from the team, friendly, professional and great products!
- Kyle, Carl Turner Architects

Signup to receive exclusive news from Cadisch MDA

Be the first to hear about our new products and get inspired by our featured projects by subscribing to our mailing list. Once you have clicked subscribe, check your inbox for our confirmation link.