IQ’s minimal windows garden room was featured in last week’s copy of 'The Week' mentioned for its non-traditional appearance and more contemporary solution to outdoor spaces. The garden room follows a minimal design, utilising minimal windows slim framed sliding door systems to maximise
Sand Dunes Feature Sand Dunes was featured in the November issue of Grand Designs on the first page of the ‘News’ section.This project was used in the ‘Inspiring ideas, innovative products and on-trend solutions for your home’ article.
Lions Gate Featured in Grand Designs July 2016 This home in Kew recently underwent a renovation.The redesign of this home included a glazed rear extension, and a glass and timber staircase that connects the basement with the spaces above.
Andover Road Feature Andover Road was featured in the November issue of Build It as part of the article ‘Extending your home: Kitchen Diners’.
IQ Glass were mentioned in the November issue of Living Etc as part of a roof-top apartment feature. This editorial focuses on how the apartment combines art, materials and other ideas to create the best of loft-style living.
Yew Tree House Feature Yew Tree House was featured in the November issue of Grand Designs in the ‘Projects: Grand Guide’ section of the magazine.The article is called ‘Beat the Planners’ with the subheading for Yew Tree House being ‘See Through’.
No. 10 Feature Our No. 10 project was featured in the October issue of Build It as part of a four page spread titled ‘Inspiring Contemporary Extensions’.
Edge Hill Feature Edge Hill was featured in the September issue of Self Build and Design as the project had won the North East Building of the Year RIBA award.
Edge Hill Feature Edge Hill was featured in the August 2016 issue of Grand Designs. An image of Edge Hill with the caption explaining that the home is on the RIBA House of the Year 2016 longlist, is part of the first ‘News and Views’ article written by Kevin McCloud.
Spiral House Feature Spiral House was featured in the July 2016 issue of Grand Designs in an article titled, ‘Build a New Home on Your Existing Plot.’ Spiral House is featured as the building was sunken into the floor to maintain and emphasise a long view from the street across the back
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