Kensington Gate is a listed building in a conservation area and sensitivity was required when extending. In order to create a glass extension with as little disruption to the existing building as possible our minimal windows Sliding Doors were used on both floors, as well as a structural glass roof.
Introducing natural light into London townhouses, especially lower floors can be a difficult task. Luckily through the use of slim framed and frameless glazing, this can easily be achieved when working with IQ.
This double-storey glass extension in central London utilises the best architectural glass technology to achieve a minimal and modern glass façade.
On the ground floor, the sliding glass door was specified in a biparting configuration, opening at the centre leaving a flush threshold across the sliding base track which allows for a seamless transition between the internal living space and the garden.