Muswell Hill HouseContemporary House Exterior, London

Gareth Gardner

Contemporary house exterior in London with three floors. —  Houzz
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Claire wrote:17 October 2017
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    Jones Associates Architects
    2 years ago

    Hi Claire,

    The opening for the sliding doors is approximately 5.0m wide and 3.0m high, and the doors are in 3 equal panels on a triple track.

    They are from iQ Glass, from their 'minimal windows' range:

    Hope that helps,

    Chris Jones (architect).

  • Alexandra J
    2 years ago
    I visited IQ glass recently and the products were superb, however they dont provide an installation service and instead panel you out to another company who put a ridiculous margin on the product.
Tom Setterfield wrote:14 August 2016
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    Jones Associates Architects
    4 years ago


    Yes - those two windows project out from the face of the wall by about 25cm. The projecting element around each window (formed of timber framing and plywood) is clad in pre-weathered zinc sheet (specifically Rheinzink prePATINA graphite-grey). It was carefully detailed to include the necessary thermal insulation and ventilation.

    The same material was used to clad the dormers and the roof/canopy above the sliding glass doors.


    Chris Jones (architect).

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Tomas Golubevas added this to Tomas' Ideas13 August 2020

Lots of natural light and aesthetically pleasing

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