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IQ Featured in Glass Extension Daily Mail Article

Glass extensions are one the most popular ways to expand the internal living spaces through to the garden area. These extensions add massive amounts of natural light and are perfect for combining modern and traditional architecture. Modern extensions can be designed entirely using glass, or they

guide to glass balustrades featuring IQ in i-build magazine

IQ Glass Featured in i-Build Guide to Glass Balustrades

iBuild interviewed IQ about glass balustrades and what must be considered when specifying them for both internal and external use. Images from IQ’s completed projects were included, as well as our advice and expert comment on these minimal glass solutions. Frameless glass balustrades are well

bespoke structural glazing and sliding doors in architects journal

IQ Bespoke Glazing Feature in Architects Journal

Frameless glass residential project in Norfolk was featured in an Architects Journal case study. This single storey home was built with sustainable building materials that complemented the surrounding landscape. The palette of materials used included weathered steel cladding, natural brick and

modern rear extension with open corner sliding doors

Living etc Feature IQ Glass Projects in Guide to Rear Extensions

Exploring how light and space can be used to transform residential dwellings. Rear extensions are an extremely popular choice for homes looking to enhance their existing space or expand the useable space within a property. There is a wide range of extension options available to choose from and

steel framed glass box extension to create sunroom

IQ Mentioned in Livingetc Sunrooms Feature

Investigating techniques to enhance natural sunlight in residential spaces, read on to see how sunrooms can enhance a residential space to promote wellbeing. Living etc published an article offering expert advice about techniques to enhance residential home designs and create extra light input into

modern home extension design with bespoke shaped glass wall

Malvern Featured in Refurb & Restore Magazine!

Frameless structural glazing was used to create floor to ceiling gable end glazing. Refurb & Restore magazine recently featured our Malvern project in issue 28, showcasing how frameless structural glazing can be used to create bespoke shapes. The structural glass wall forms one side of the

sustainable new build home with triple glazing and heated glass

Low Carbon Home Featured on e-architect.

IQ worked with Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt on this Hampshire sustainable new build home. e-architect has written a case study write up of one of our completed projects, Claywood House. The family home was designed to meet the requirements of the wheelchair user homeowner, with flush thresholds allowing

high performance windows and doors in a luxury residential development in the midlands

IQ Glass Featured in Estate Agents Listing!

Luxury residential project has featured on Wilkins Estate Agent website IQ Glass’s high performance glazing systems were installed to new build properties in Bonehill as part of a residential development. The private gated estate is brought to the market by Wilkins Estate Agents. The agent

luxury new build home with high performance doors and structural glazing

Greenways Featured on Modern House!

The stunning contemporary new build has recently been sold. One of IQ Glass’ contemporary new build projects was listed for sale on Modern House, a high-end estate agent where you can find a selection of luxury properties on the market. What makes this new build unique is the use of curved

bespoke sustainable glazing with triple glazed windows and door for a low carbon new build home

‘Inspiring’ Low Carbon Home Featured on Grand Designs Online

Grand Designs recently wrote an article about one of IQ’s completed projects, Claywood House. The contemporary new build has a low carbon home design, complete with sustainable high performance glazing from IQ. Each aspect of the home was built with step-free access in mind, to accommodate

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