Panic rooms first came to widespraed public attention in the 2002 film, Panic Room which saw Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart as a mother and daughter take refuge after their new home is invaded by burglars. A rise in International terrorism and violent crime has necessitated the creation of many safehaven rooms within residential, commercial and industrial premises to safeguard personel in a security attack.
A dedicated building or room(s) with a larger facility can offer family, staff or servicemen protection from physical, ballistic or explosive attack. Utilising our certified wall, window and doors Architectural Armour are able to build you a safe structure to meet your bespoke requirements.
Architectural Armour were commissioned to provide ballistic resistant products for a new armoury at a UK International Airport.
We read it all the time in the news headlines, multiple attackers arrive on stolen mopeds, dressed in black with helmets covering their faces smashing their way through glass shopfronts and glazed screens.