Upstairs, slim framed sliding doors lead the way to the balcony area which is complete with frameless glass balustrades, acting as a safety barrier without disrupting the flow of natural light or garden views. Frameless glass balustrades are perfect for enhancing the safety of above ground spaces without visually impacting the wider design, thanks to the subtle nature of frameless structural glass.
The slim framed bifolding doors have been specified in a biparting configuration, stacking neatly on either side of the opening to reveal a completely open aperture. When the doors are open the flush threshold detail allows for step free travel, helping to create one large indoor-outdoor living space for the homeowners to enjoy.
Split into 6 leafs, the slim framed bifolding doors were specified in a khaki green colour RAL colour to match the surrounding greenery of the garden and nearby pond. Above the doors a structural glass roof joins the extension to the main house, letting floods of natural light into the interior design thanks to the minimal design. Structural silicone joins the 3 panes of glass together to create a frameless finish to enhance the traditional interior design further.
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