Three of our projects have recently been featured on Houzz in an article showcasing ‘10 spectacular British housing mixing old and new’.
The first IQ Glass project to be featured was, Dalston House. To this contemporary extension bespoke sliding glass doors and aluminium casement windows was added to a traditional Victorian terrace home in east London.
An award winning project of IQ Glass was the Cotswolds, which was also featured on Houzz. A contemporary refurbishment to traditional cottage in Gloucestershire, with oversized sliding minimal windows taking advantage of the views.
High Barn was another project featured. IQ’s sliding glass doors were installed in a converted barn at a staggering 4 meters high. Even at this size the doors slide open easily giving access to the gardens.
All of IQ’s projects featured illustrated how glass can link old and traditional with new and modern together.
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