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 the homeowner who was a wheelchair user.
The slim framed sliding door systems had a completely flush threshold, ensuring every member of the family could access the outdoor environment effortlessly. With step-free travel between the two environments, the space can be merged when the doors are slid open to form one large indoor-outdoor living space.
The contemporary Hampshire home used green power sources and sustainable building materials, including aluminium which is infinitely recyclable, to create an eco-friendly home. The minimal glazing package includes frameless structural glass as well as ultra-slim casement windows, to maximise the light and views from every angle without compromising on the contemporary design.
For more information about this project or the systems used, contact the team at IQ today.
Read the Grand Designs article here.