Maximising the views was an essential part of the design, as the three storey, timber-clad home overlooks a small pond and mini waterfall as well as a variety of unique plants.
On the floor above, frameless structural glass windows afford the same luxury to each of the five bedrooms. The frameless windows were integrated with the timber cladding to conceal the fixing details, resulting in a completely frameless design and a striking contrast between the glass and timber elements.
On the lower ground floor, surrounding a tranquil salt water pool, the large glass sliding doors are used again with all 5 glass panels sliding for great ease of access, opening the pool area into the surrounding gardens for an indoor-outdoor style of living.
Due to the harsh environment and high levels of moisture around the indoor pool, marine grade glazing was specified to ensure the slim sliding doors were protected against the salty air.
Flush glazed Innovare windows and doors were used for the front elevation of the home and also in the newly built standalone garage over the bridge.
Timber cladding was considered at the earliest stage when designing the glazing package to ensure the glazed elements lined up with the wooden features. This meant that the structural glass windows could be designed to sit behind the timber cladding for a seamless finish that could only be achieved by working closely with the architects.
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