The Future of Conservatories

structural glass box extension modern conservatory

Using thermally broken structural glazing to create modern alternatives to the traditional conservatories.   The Times have printed an article detailing how climate rules have altered the future of traditional conservatories, with a move away from conservatories due to the regulations that have been designed to prevent houses from overheating in the warmer months. Changes […]

How to Connect Two Spaces Using Glass Links

Green Barn Structural Glass Link

A frameless glass link is an excellent way to provide a seamless, minimal, and insulated connection between two different elements of a property. Structural glass links can be designed to be frameless and an almost invisible connection between two structures, minimising the visual impact of the connection and providing shelter and insulation. What is a […]

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 […]

How to Add a Glass Extension to a Listed Home

Glass extension to a grade II listed house

Is a glass extension the right choice for my listed home? When wanting to extend or renovate a historic or listed building, the integrity of the original building and design is something that must be carefully considered. A listed home in England is a protected building of particular architectural or historical significance. By being ‘listed’ […]

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 […]