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Oxfordshire Townhouse Extension

Oxfordshire Townhouse Extension

Oxfordshire Townhouse Extension A dining room extension to the kitchen of a large semi-detached house in Oxford. Overall height was a critical design issue, hence the low roof level, designed to a minimal fall, and constructed from structural glazing supported by a...
Georgian Townhouse Extension

Georgian Townhouse Extension

Georgian Townhouse Extension A low pitched structurally glazed roof was designed wrap round the semicircular bay of a listed Georgian terrace house in South London. The roof glazing is supported by laminated glass beams, in turn supported by a steel eaves beam that...
Barnes House

Barnes House

Barnes House An infill structure to a Edwardian townhouse with a structurally glazed pitched roof supported by laminated glass rafters. The rafters are dovetailed together to form an entirely glass roof construction; no metal fixings are necessary. ‘Low iron’ glass...
Dulwich Glass Box

Dulwich Glass Box

Dulwich Glass Box This is an extension to the architect’s own home, and he had very specific requirements in terms of detail and specification. The roof and side are formed from just three extra large panes and a set of three tall bifold doors lead into the garden....
Farmhouse Extension

Farmhouse Extension

Farmhouse Extension This former Farmhouse is located in a rural location in Warwickshire. A key feature of the design is that the structurally glazed roof is supported on vertical glazing to create a minimal effect and enable full appreciation of the surrounding...