Trombe - Internal photo of a dining room extension in London. It incorporates a structurally glazed roof supported on laminated glass fins and beams. The extension has minimal frame sliding doors to maximise the views to a picturesque garden. The glass has heat mirror technology to provide a comfortable internal environment.

Trombe - Internal photo of a dining room extension in London. It incorporates a structurally glazed roof supported on laminated glass…

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Minimal urban living, bulthaup kitchen by Kitchen Architecture I like the sliding doors makes a change from bifold

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Floor to ceiling windows and a fireplace male this cozy Yale’s Tale Photo Gallery - Cottages & Gardens - October 2010

Vitrendo glass box extension Glass Extensions | Bespoke Extensions | Conservatories | IQGlass

IQ Glass can offer a fully bespoke or modular approach to glass extensions using a variety of different supporting methods to achieve the appearance required.

Welcome to Glasspods frameless glass structures. Structural glass extensions, structural glass boxes and glass pods.

Welcome to Glasspods frameless glass structures. Structural glass extensions, structural glass boxes and glass garden pods. Cuter than conservatories

IQ Glass | Roof Glazing

IQ Glass can design and install large glass roofs supported by frameless glass beams or slim steel supports for a minimal appearance

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For many years the only glass structure available to enhance your home has been a traditional Upvc conservatory which protected you .

Example for Johan More

For many years the only glass structure available to enhance your home has been a traditional Upvc conservatory which protected you .

Livspira - inspirations for your living

This might be TOO much glass. How will a glass roof handle snow? Also I can't see a way to open this up to open air. But it has the "bring the outside in" look I'm going for.

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