Rundum Meir is one of the best-in-class, Stirling Prize-winning new building projects (2009). The project had put to use Rundum Meir sliding timber garage doors for about 60 properties.
Rundum Meir worked in collaboration with leading architects to construct the design. They completed the design by making use of high-quality rift-sawn larch.
This was a moment of pride for Rundum Meir to have their doors featured on the front cover of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) for their ’09 publication.
Another great pride for Rundum Meir was the moment it got featured in a Sunday Times article for the Accordia Project. The architects responsible for the Garage Door design are Alison Brooks and Maccreanor Lavington. These talented architects utilized vertical timber slats that slide on open and have rounded corners.