Dalston House was featured in a Real Homes online article ‘modern extension ideas: 8 contemporary extension ideas’. The extension to Dalston House creates a bright room filled with natural light due to the highly glazed installation. Architects HUT
Victoria Park Road Featured Rooflights are an excellent option to increase the amount of natural light within properties. They are a natural method of illumination for your home that will make rooms appear bigger and brighter. When an increase in daylight is desired within the home, rooflights are
Real Homes recently published a blog online that provided 10 contemporary kitchen ideas. They discussed how various materials, styles and accessories can create a beautifully designed kitchen. Maximising the amount of natural light was a key point within the feature, as
IQ Glass has been featured in an online article on Real Homes that displayed various design inspirations for two storey extensions to the rear of properties. This style of extension is very popular for increasing the light within the property, "it will allow the existing
There is a wide selection of extension designs available these days from double storey extensions, to orangeries and glass box extensions. Real Homes put together "a sourcebook for the top 50 extension essentials" to provide guidance
Cranley Gardens was featured in the Real Homes magazine in a feature on loft extensions This project continues to be popular for those looking for a modern, light-filled loft conversion. The loft extension used minimal windows® sliding glass doors to the new master bedroom in the loft which
Kintbury Project in Real Homes May 2018 IQ Glass was featured in the Real Homes magazine under the 'dream transformation' page of the title "bright idea". Contemporary windows were designed and installed by IQ Glass in the new glass extension of this Victorian Cottage. The clients required a new
Dalston House was featured in the Real Homes supplement ‘Extensions for Every Budget’. This project was part of the ‘Extend for Under £50K’ section of the supplement. ‘Streamlined Space’ was the title for Dalston House and the project cost £36,000 for design and installation.
This double height extension project by Paul Archer Design and IQ Glass cost £36,000 for the glazing design, materials and construction.The design brief for this project was to create a light, open scheme reminiscent of the homeowner's old loft apartment.
Paulton’s Square was featured in the supplement in the ‘Extend for under £100K’ section. The design, supply and installation of this double height glass extension cost £60,000.The design brief for this London home was to design and install a double height glass box with slim sightlines.
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