Featured Project: House Latisia
These studio apartments benefit from a relatively large balcony area, and by sliding the slim framed sliding doors opens the balcony and internal space can be merged to create one bright, well-ventilated, indoor-outdoor living area. High levels of ventilation allow the space to maintain a comfortable living temperature all year round. Visit the Sieger website for more information.
Our Sieger Slim Sliding Door has a minimal sightline of just 20mm, offering clears views of the outdoors whilst allowing in natural light. This block of studio apartments in Cyprus used Sieger slim sliding doors around the balcony, allowing the apartment to benefit from a huge influx of natural light. Visit the Sieger website today for more information.
Externally the building has a rather unique design using geometric shapes. The building is almost split into two sections with glass links in the centre. For more information on how our slim sliding doors can be incorporated into your projects, get in touch with the Sieger team today.
Internally the interior design style is pretty minimal apart from a feature wall in each studio. The light internal design style is seen in the bright walls, floor and ceiling which all work alongside the influx of natural light to help the space look and feel bigger. The slim framed aluminium door systems allow in natural light whether they are open or closed thanks to the minimal sightlines. Visit the Sieger website for more information on this project or our slim sliding doors.
The balconies of this apartment building sit within the perimeter and are protected by fixed panels that acts as a solar shading solution whilst providing a certain level of privacy and weather protection against wind and rain. The Sieger Slim Sliding Doors can't be seen from the outside of the building but allow the apartment inside to benefit from natural light. For more informaiton on this project fof our slim sliding glass doors, visit the Sieger website.
Cute balcony of a studio apartment in a Greek residential building. These studio apartments benefit from a relatively large balcony area, and by sliding the doors opens the balcony and internal space can be merged to create one bright, well ventilated, indoor-outdoor living area. For more information on this
This block of studio apartments was designed to have the balcony space within the perimeter of the apartment, with the internal living space wrapped around in an ‘L’ shape. Rather than using the space to create slightly larger apartments, each apartment has its own private balcony. The balcony is encompassed by multiple Sieger Slim Sliding Door systems allowing light to flow through freely. Visit our website for more information.
This luxury Spanish villa in Mallorca boast multiple modern and minimal glazing systems which belnd in seamlessly with the contmeporary aesthetic of the villa. In countries with warmer climates, solar control coatings can be used on the glazing to prevent the internal areas of the property from overheating. Ventilation is also essential for these luxury holiday villas, and by using large sliding glass doors it creates bright spaces with plentyl of venitaltion.
This contmeporary villa design includes multiple floor to ceiling sliding glass doors. The large pool is ideal for relaxing by in the sun, and the covered terraced are is a great place to cool off. A huge advantage of using oversized glazing is the views it offers. This minimises the amount of visable frame profiles, and even then the ultra slim sightlines provide minimal obstruction.
The stone externior of this modern villa house is comprimised of stones excatvated from the homes sites. The natural stone and grass roof included in this modern villa design helps the holiday home to blend into the sourrounding nature seamlessly. Large sliding glass doors were used to maximise natural light within the property and prvodie stunning views of the mountains.
This luxury villa is nestled into the mountains and boasts sea views as well as scenic views of the surroudning mountains. The minmal white interior is complimented by the minimally frames sliding doors. Large sliding glass doors were usesd in a corner opening configuration so allow the interior spaces to merge with the external balcony area and strengthen to villas connection to nature. Biophlic design elemnts such as this help to create a calm and serence atmosphere, perfet for relaxing.
As far as beachfront villas go, this is the epitome of a luxury holiday home. The floor to ceiling glazing that wraps around the two floors has minimal framing, boasting panormaic views of the sea. Sliding glass doors provide access points to the property, and the glass edge pool fit in perfectly with the contemporary aesthetic of this holiday villa.
A full glazing package was supplied for this luxury holiday villa which included slim sliding doors, a large three pane bifold foor and multiple windows. Maximising natural light was one of the main priorities for this project, and thanks to the minimal sightlines adn framing on Sieger glazing systems, this was easily achieved.
For a truly relaxing holiday, this overwater villa has beautiful sea views thanks to the large slim sliding glass doors. The strong connection to the sea provides feelings of peace and serenity for the occupants. Wehn the sliding glass doors are open the space it protected by a framless glass balustrade. These minimal glazing systems prevent the sea views from being obstructed.
The desgin of this modern villa in Cyprus featured Sieger Lux Bifolding Doors which sits next to the dining room. The bifold door is floor to ceiling for maximum impact, and with slim sightlines of just 30mm, the system provides uninterrupted views and slides effortlessly to one side when desired, creating an outdoor dining area with shelter.
This watertop villa in the Maldives has a bright open plan kitchen and living room area with oversized sliding glass dorrs running the legth of the room. These large glass sliding doors allow in floods of natural light and provide panoramic, uninterupted sea views. A strong connection to the sea can be felt from within this water villa, even with the doors closed.
This luxury villa situated in a remote part of sunny Cyprus underwent a dramatic makeover with the aim of improving the connection between indoors and outdoors. The use of curved glass made the exterior of this building unique, as well as increasing the usable space on the inside and maximising the amount of natural daylight flowing through the open plan layout.