Love this tall glass sliding door extension. Minimal elegance…

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

Turnable Corner Window System | Vitrocsa

SIAS SA presents the innovative Turnable Corner Window System by Swiss Vitrocsa. A solution for complete space optimisation by releasing the…

County Lofts | Loft Conversion Gallery

This conversion is on top of the floor of an apartment block in London’s Docklands. The Master bedroom leads out onto a “Roof Terrace” via a velux window and door system. The terrace itself has a modern man made decking system that is non slip and non

skylighter

Flat skylight looks really modern without imposing on neighbours. Skylight on kitchen roof and possibly dining room roof would let more light in and increase head height.

loft conversion- lighting

If you have a great view from your loft conversion, add this stunning roof window/balcony. Enjoy the sights, daylight and fresh air. There shoulbe a bed exactly beneath each window so you can watch storms

Truly great attic conversion. I love the window treatment, and I love the idea…

Why not have a glass box which feels like a balcony when open I'm having this in my loft studio with a deep reading seat ( but with sliders as will be sitting there!

Trombé :: Contemporary Modern Conservatories and Conservatory Design London…

A modern kitchen extension with structurally glazed wrap around windows and bifold aluminium doors and central island breakfast bar

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We are big admirers of Dutch Architecture here at JaK so when Amsterdam based John & Caroline asked us to redesign their family home into something contemporary yet classically modernist we didn’t need holding back! The result was a bright, open, relaxed

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We are big admirers of Dutch Architecture here at JaK so when Amsterdam based John & Caroline asked us to redesign their family home into something contemporary yet classically modernist we didn’t need holding back! The result was a bright, open, relaxed


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