“The space is flooded with ample light thanks to its open corner glazed sliding door system and roof lights supplied by IQ Glass”
Dovedale Road | Build It Magazine, May 2023
For home inspiration look no further than page 11 in the Build It Magazine May 2023 issue. Along with a handful of projects, Dovedale Road has been featured, showcasing a “seamless contemporary extension” complete with bespoke Keller minimal windows open corner sliding door system.
"AU Architects wanted to make the most of the warm and bright southern facade through the use of curtain wall frameless glazing by IQ Glass"
Tower Avenue, Build It June 2023 Project of The Month
In the June 2023 issue of Build It a multitude of IQ Glass projects were featured. The "Project of the month" for June is Tower Avenue which is a modern family home complete with Framless glazing, Keller minimal windows, slot windows and skylights. The home was transformed by opening the vast
"The opening mechanism adds wow factor and leaves a gap on both sides of the door as you open it" - Build It October 2022
Build It magazine features IQ Glass’s slim framed pivot door
The Sieger Lux Pivot door system is featured in Build It Magazine to show how bespoke architectural glazing solutions can be used in building projects. The article talks about the different types of door systems and styles and mentions their benefits.
"The Minimal, frameless design makes it an elegant solution." - Build It - August 2022
Glazed rear extension project featured on Build It Online Magazine
The contemporary rear extension of this house in Twickenham, London features in the ‘10 Clever Glazing Ideas for Home Extensions’ article on the Build It website. Cambridge Road project was chosen to show the best example for using rooflights in the extension to maximise the natural light.
Rear kitchen extension with box rooflight in Built It Magazine Extension Bible
Built It magazine published IQ Glass’s glass rear extension with box rooflight in the additional extension issue in October. The content shares real-life projects to show how a glazing installation can fill the new space with natural light and maximise the garden views. Cambridge Road, the
Extension to historic building in Warwickshire on Built It Extensions Bible 2022
The contemporary extension design by the Hayward Smart Architects featured in the 2022 Extensions Bible by Build It. IQ Glass designed and installed high-performance slim sliding glass doors from floor to ceiling. A combination of slim sliding glass doors and casement windows provided daylight in
Frameless Architectural Glass in Build It October Issue
IQ Glass’s new build house project was featured in the October edition of Build It magazine. The article talks about the key elements of the design process and building a long-term house that can last a lifetime. Our highly glazed new build house project in Somerset is used as an example
Build It Magazine Features IQ's Bespoke Glazing Projects!
Our two completed projects featuring bespoke glazing packages from IQ Glass were featured in Built It magazine's August 2022 issue. Our Dynargh project, a contemporary new build home project in Cornwall was featured. This stunning home was built with local Cornish stones and striking black timber,
Hampstead House, Mill Hill London and Malbrook Road Featured in BuildIt IQ Glass was featured in the November issue of BuildIt. Various IQ projects were featured in the magazine showcasing various ways in which glazing can be used both internally and externally to increase the light within
Oatlands Close Featured IQ Glass was featured in the Build It 'Extensions Bible 2019' to showcase ways that glazing can be used to create beautifully designed extensions to residential properties. Oatlands Close was featured in this article which was a double-storey extension that IQ Glass
Treeside Featured Treeside was featured in an article discussing the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding structural glazing, in Build It's Complete Guide to Windows and Doors. Structural glazing is often a misunderstood building material, as many people think that structural glass can only be