Ashley Road was featured in the March issue of Homebuilding and Renovating in the Portfolio section of the magazine, under the title ‘A House with a Heart’. The original annexes used to extend the Victorian house had been demolished and replaced with the contemporary extension.
Our project Malbrook Road was featured in the Opun blog in May within an article titled, ‘5 Ways to Welcome Summer into Your Home’. This blog post was focused on ways to make the most of the summer from your home.The first way suggested was to install some new bifolding patio doors.
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.
Green Barn was featured in the May/June issue of Staffordshire Living in an editorial titled, ‘Finding your Happy Place’. This issue of the magazine focused on Al Fresco Living.Within this article, a number of suggestions are provided on how you can create your own al fresco living space.
Onslow Avenue was featured as part of the ’10 Ways to Cut the Cost of your Extension’ article within the Real Homes Extensions Supplement.An image of this project was used under the 10th way to cut the cost. ‘Negotiate Trade Discounts’ is the 10th answer with a caption for Onslow Avenue.
Yew Tree House was featured in the ‘Extend for under 50K’ section of the Real Homes supplement. The cost of the glazed elements for this project was around £34,000.The design brief was to extend the listed cottage whilst still keeping the traditional stone cottage on display.
An IQ Glass project based in Brighton was featured in the April issue of Real Homes in an article for ‘Dream Transformation’, with a title of ‘Modern Contrast’. This modern extension with triple glazed sliding glass doors and windows was installed to extend the current kitchen.
Old Fort Road Feature Old Fort Road was recently featured in the Homebuilding and Renovating April issue in a ‘How to Build in Context’ article as part of the Project Advice section within the magazine.
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