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GodolphinContemporary Patio, London

Architectural Photography by Simon Kennedy http://www.simonkennedy.net/

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madeleinewinstonmadeleinewinston wrote:28 September 2014
  • katy white-marsh
    6 years ago

    hello sorry just seen this,

    I got a reply from Matthew at Design Bifolds, they were great, 01845 577992

    Really helpful, good quality, quick reply at a good price. We've had them fitted and look lovely.

    Hope this helps,


  • PRO
    6 years ago

    Hi, we can provide the same result, we installed a similar configuration for our client in London. Click on our logo to contact us.

katywhitemarshkaty white-marsh wrote:18 March 2016
  • PRO
    6 years ago
    Feel free to call us on 01845 577992, I will be happy to assist you with your bespoke glazing requirements

    Many thanks, Matthew.
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    5 years ago

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    6 years ago

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