A preview of one of our projects featuring various glazing products
An exciting new project with Urban Curve Architecture utilizes many of our luxury glazing systems. The project, which you can see in the detailed render, will form a luxury new build home flooded with natural light.
The dynamic build will feature multiple sets of slim sliding doors, from both panoramah! systems and IQ’s own Sieger range. The front elevation features casement windows from Sieger, with slim frames granting a contemporary façade.
On some of the larger windows and structural glass installations, glazing bars are applied to give a steel look, adding character. To the rear of the property, walk on glass forms a large terraced area and there are multiple access points.
A fully glazed link has been used to join two areas of the build, flooding the space beneath with uninterrupted paths of light. Using glass as a building material in this setting introduces modern elegance to the exciting build.
The scheme follows an indoor-outdoor style of living, seamlessly merging the two areas using bifolding, sliding and casement door systems. The secluded home sits on a large plot of land, with the door systems bridging the gap between indoors and outdoors to ensure the homeowners can enjoy the surrounding environment.
Inside, doors from the Sieger Legacy range have been used to form a coherent interior scheme. Using internal glass systems ensures the flow of natural light carries throughout the living spaces, creating brightly lit internal areas.
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