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British architectural ironmongery maker Securistyle has opened a window on Singapore's construction sector. More than 2,000 of its friction hinges have been used in the island's landmark Concorse building.The hinges, named Defender, support all the vented windows in the 167 m high mixed use tower which was designed by top Singapore firm Architect 61 with American design consultant Paul Randolph.Securistyle now exports some 18 per cent of its hinges output to 32 countries. CONSTRUCTION ...

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