Frameless effect glazed systems were used to full effect in this unique sustainable new build home in Bodmin, Cornwall. The house nestles against a grassy slope overlooking the Cornish coastline and uses natural, complementary materials that integrate with the surrounding Cornwall countryside.
One half of the home is clad in Cornish slate, while the second half uses sustainably sourced timber to create a beautiful rustic aesthetic. The beauty of these materials is enhanced by minimally framed and frameless architectural glazing solutions.
A minimal glazed link bridges the gap between the two buildings, which both feature large fixed frameless windows and slim sliding glass doors to capture the stunning views of the surrounding coast and sea. The simple glass box that protrudes from the house uses timber posts to structural glass walls, contrasting the Cornish slate to tie the two halves of the home together.