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Image 16 of 27 from gallery of Dulwich Residence / NatureHumaine. Photograph by Adrien Williams

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…

Glass windows and doors

The owner of this mews house in Notting Hill created an outdoor space out of nothing by shortening the roof and adding a glass wall.

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VCDesign likes for small north facing pop out extension But get rid of that outbuilding!

How a grim Victorian terrace in Peckham became a much-loved family home | Homes & Property

How a grim Victorian terrace in Peckham became a much-loved family home

Make your interior bright: Extending the room that overlooks your garden might mean that you create a long thin space thats very dark at one end - and by that we mean the end furthest from the garden. If this is going to be the case, its worth introducing as much glazing as possible into the addition. Failing that, putting a roof window, such as a Velux, into the extension should be considered. Extension by www.eaglesgw.co.uk

Extension glazing- whole roof.

contemporary living room by Elad Gonen I like how discreet the shades above the windows are. Factory-style metal doors take a no-nonsense, geometric approach to fenestration. The raw metal frames are reminiscent of Mondrian paintings.

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