IQ Glass was featured in the November issue of Build It. Various IQ projects were featured in the magazine showcasing various ways in which glazing can be used both internally and externally to increase the light within properties.
The Hampstead House was featured on an inspiration page about contemporary levelling in architectural design. "This modern new build home by London based architects, Belsize Architects, is located within the beautiful Hampstead Heath Fringes Conservation Area... the design needed to respect the volume and height of the adjacent properties, and so a sunken courtyard has been incorporated". This case study discussed how floor to ceiling glazing provides a modern look and feel throughout the property.
Malbrook Road was named as the 2nd best pocket door system designs by the team at Self Build. The project at Malbrook Road featured contemporary sliding doors which opened at a corner connection and slid back into a pocket to reveal a beautifully clear opening.
"Installing internal glazing in your Self Build, extension or renovation project can be a great way to filter natural light throughout your property and works well in both modern and traditional schemes". The Mill Hill London project, that featured within this magazine, utilised steel-framed glazing to allow the light flowing in through the minimal windows to continue through into the new extension. Installing internal glazing "will not only add a stunning architectural statement, but it's also a great way to connect different zones".
Hampstead House, Mill Hill London, Malbrook Road