BBC 2’s latest build show “Building Dream Homes”, will feature a homelift from the Swedish company Aritco. Starting this Monday June 2nd, “Building Dream Homes” series will focus on complex housing projects in UK.
In the early episodes of the series, architect Chris Lyon helps his client building a future-proof house near Cardiff. The challenging project needs to combine style and high accessibility standards with a tight budget in an upside-down two-storey home, which took 15 years to obtain planning permission.
With its compact sizes and affordable price, the Aritco 6000 homelift installed by Gartec Ltd, UK certified Aritco partner, provides the ideal solution.
Aritco’s homelift allowed the architect to keep the project within the budget and the extraordinary house owner to enjoy the roof top garden regardless the limited mobility capabilities.
“Building Dream Homes” will air Monday to Friday at 18:30 GMT on BBC 2 and will be available on BBC iPlayer. Further details on the programme can be found on www.bbc.co.uk
Aritco is Europe’s biggest manufacturer of platform lifts and homelifts. Aritco develops and produces the lifts in Sweden and has about 90 employees and sales of around SEK 300 million. Aritco offers two categories of lifts; Living Collection - homelifts for the private residential market and Prime Collection – platform lifts for the public accessibility market. The lifts are sold through 140 independent partners in more than 40 countries. Read more at www.aritco.com or www.aritcohomelifts.com