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It was important to be sympathetic with the original building at this stone built former coach house. We chose a traditional Edwardian lantern so that it was "joined to the house wall whilst keeping the impression of height brought about by the traditional pitched roof structure. We used Subtle Blue self cleaning, argon-filled glazing units for the roof and the frames are made using a white grained foil,giving the idea of wood rather than uPVC.


The frame to the left (from out), is a fixed frame, whereas the other two are 4:2:2 configuration of folding doors, where 2 sections on each sides slide in opposite directions of each other. The folding door system we use does not require a floating mullion for the doors to lock into when closed, giving remarkable sight lines.


A double gothic arch was incorporated into the frame /door double glazed units due to the fact that the retaining wall around the patio area, has arched brickwork built in.


Our team of designers and architects could design something equally bespoke and individual for you. Why not give us a call toady and find out for yourself. 

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