Descending Window Systems in Action

Open corner swiss HIRT descending windows

Luxury living IQ is proud to reveal one of their new projects, showcasing a flawless descending structural window system in action. Oozing luxury and elegant simplicity, this Hollywood home features descending window systems to forge a strong connection between the lounge and their outdoor swimming pool area. The large descending glass facade frames 3 sides […]

The transformation of the Duke of York Restaurant

Descending windows installed at a restaurant

Descending windows were installed to the prestigious London restaurant The Duke of York restaurant is located on the Duke of York Square in the heart of Chelsea. The Square has over 30 chic stores, including boutiques and well-known brands, along with a selection of restaurants offering al fresco dining. The existing restaurant building was recently […]

IQ Glass are RIBA Regional Winners across the UK

Silver House RIBA Award Winning Project

As the UK’s leading architectural glazing company we have the pleasure of working with some of the UK’s finest and most innovative architects. Projects featuring our glazing have won countless awards throughout the years and this year is no exception. The RIBA (The Royal Institute of British Architects) recently published the final winners of their […]

House of the Year 2012

The Gota Dam Residence, designed by Studio Seilern, has been awarded the House of the Year Award 2012 by World Architecture News.  IQ Glass supplied all specialist architectural glazing elements for the glass boxes spanning between the deck and roof including fixed structural elements and our exclusive Minimal Windows sliding doors. IQ’s glazing offered a […]

Technical Glazing Project: Cornwall Terrace

IQ Glass were instructed to provide technical glazing solutions to the pool area of this expensive refurbishment of the infamous 1 Cornwall Terrace. Situated on the southwest corner of The Regent’s Park in London, the Grade 1 listed property was commissioned in 1811 by the Prince Regent (later King George IV) and designed by royal […]