A large structural glass box window was added to the side of the extension, offering a serene seating area looking directly out onto the garden.
The addition of a large structural glass box window made for a perfect addition that both enables its occupants to enjoy the views, while increasing the value and flexibility of what would be a redundant living space.
The frameless large sliding glass doors offer year-round flexibility, opening out during the warmer seasons and maintaining a regulated temperature with maximum natural light entering during the colder darker months.
The large glass sliding doors and structural open corner configuration allows for an abundance of natural light and ventilation to cascade through this newly replaced extension.
The addition of the strip glass rooflight defines the threshold between the existing house and the new extension, introducing natural light reaching the centre of the original part of the house. This clever design element reduces the requirement for artificial lighting, reducing costs and unnecessary consumption of energy.
The large frameless picture window extended the usable space offering flexibility and a closer connection to nature with views overlooking the garden.