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Contemporary Glass Extensions for Protected Structures

Glass Extension on a Protected Structure Building

Glass extensions for protected structures allow for the owners to create a brand new space with highly modern features, without enduring the high costs of replicating the intricate design of the existing building. While any renovation and/or extension works need planning for protected structures, one of the most common type of projects approved are extensions that modernise the building, without modifying or taking away any of its original charm.

A Modern Basement Extension With An All-Glass Minimal Sliding Door

This traditional single family house was completely renovated with a light filled basement extension. The luxury home extended its usable living space and created direct connections to the garden thanks to it’s all glass basement doors.
A four pane glass door was used to the basement extension to connect the lower ground floor living areas with the small exterior patio and courtyard. The sliding basement door was designed in a bi- parting configuration with the centre glass doors meeting on the same track in the middle of the opening.

Sliding Doors For Glazed Extensions

Sliding doors glass box extension

A glass extension with sliding doors is the ideal way to improve the natural light in your home and to provide better links to your garden. Keller minimal windows® aluminium sliding doors by Prestige Windows + Doors are used within this frameless structural glass extension. The sliding glass doors are then installed into the Invisio structural glass assembly to provide the much needed link from the house to the garden.

Juliet Screens for Prestige Sliding Glass Doors & Windows

Frameless structural glass for Juliet balcony

Upper floors and balconies can benefit from the clear, frameless appearance of the KELLER minimal windows sliding glass door system with Juliete balconies by Prestige Windows + Doors. By skillfully integrating frameless glass balustrades within the base track of the sliding glass doors, hiding all fixings and support minimally within the aluminium frame, you can create an entirely frameless modern glass Juliet Balcony, maintaining the minimal appearance of the sliding glass door system.

Aluclad Windows: The Fusion of Elegance and Performance

Aluclad Windows

Aluclad windows, also known as aluminium-clad windows, represent a sophisticated solution that combines the timeless appeal of wood with the durability and modern aesthetics of aluminium. This hybrid window design has gained popularity for its ability to offer the best of both worlds – the warmth of wood interiors and the robustness of aluminium exteriors. In this article, we explore the features, benefits, and considerations of aluclad windows, shedding light on why they are becoming a preferred choice for homeowners and architects alike.

Composite Doors: The Ultimate Home Security Solution

Composite Doors

Composite doors are a popular choice for homeowners, offering durability, solidity, and robustness. Constructed from a variety of materials such as wood, insulating foam, aluminium, hard-density fibreboard (HDF), Glass reinforced plastic (GRP), or PVC, these doors provide reliable security and weather resistance.

Architect’s CPD Presentation – Book Now

Architect’s CPD Presentation - Book Now

Titled “Achieving Large Format Glazing in Domestic Architecture – Design, Detail & Specification”, our new CPD will guide you through all the information you will need to confidently design, detail and specify large-format glazing solutions in the domestic context with a particular emphasis on the latest technology available in minimal frames.

Understanding U-Value: A Guide to Energy-Efficient Windows

Energy-Efficient Windows

If you’re in the market for new windows, you may have encountered the term “U-value.” But what exactly is U-value, and why is it important? In simple terms, the U-value of a window indicates the amount of heat loss. The lower the U-value, the better the window’s performance.