Parke Rd, Barnes SW13Scandinavian Living Room, London

Chris Snook

Inspiration for a scandinavian living room in London. —  Houzz
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Annie Kruse wrote:16 July 2016
  • Andrea Castellari
    4 years ago

    to your knowledge is the door/glass fire rated?

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    VC Design Architectural Services
    3 years ago

    didnt need to be as no access to the stairwell, its just a partition between 2 living spaces

scottgov2125 wrote:15 June 2017
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    VC Design Architectural Services
    3 months ago

    only just seen this that you posted 3 years ago- thanks, Im actually looking for some for a project on site- previous supplier a bit dear, and these dont need to be fireproof...

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    Go Glass Design Ltd
    3 months ago


    Thank you for your enquiry, this is the sliding glass door product we supply. Production is around 2 weeks and we have an option of clear, etched or designed - our website https://goglass.co.uk/doors/sliding/ should give information and designs and an online quote facility.

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Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Things We Learned About Our Homes at Designscape 202014 August 2020

We’re open to closed-off spaces“Open-plan isn’t suiting everybody,” said Natalia Miyar, referring to how households have had to live, work and play all together in one space during lockdown.“We’re looking at more seismic shifts in the way people are living,” said Susie Rumbold. “Acoustic separation and things like that are going to be massive shifts.”Susie foresees us using our spaces in a multi-functional way for a while and said, “I don’t think we’re going to go back to the way we were before, so our personal spaces are going to have to work really hard.”Designers, she added, will need to come up with clever solutions to help zone a space at different times of the day. “It could be a physical zoning, such as an internal door, or perhaps a storage solution that means that when function A is finished, everything goes away so function B can commence,” she said. “I think we’re going to have to be even cleverer at listening to our clients’ requirements.”Are you looking to add more storage to your home? Find carpenters in your area

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Amanda Pollard added this to What’s it Like to Be a Woman in Architecture?2 March 2020

“I loved drawing at school, as well as science and maths,” Veronica Congdon says. Her father developed property and built all their homes from scratch, and he encouraged Veronica to study architecture rather than her first preference of fashion design for its longevity. “My strength was creative problem solving, so I guess I was a natural,” she says. “I achieved the top prize for studio work when I graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Cape Town after just six years, while many of my peers took longer. We were 10 girls in a class of 50 – I gather female enrolments now well exceed male ones.”Find the perfect architect for your project in the Houzz Professionals Directory.

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Amanda Pollard added this to Houzz Tour: A Clever Extension Adds Bags of Room to a 1920s Home16 December 2016

An industrial-style sliding door, with exposed track, provides a screen that closes off the kitchen from the children’s study area. Sliding door, Plain English.

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Lāsma Balode added this to Lāsma's Ideas11 October 2020

Doors from garage / hallway into the living room

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