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Roundhouse linking indoors to outside Contemporary Exterior, London

Roundhouse matt lacquer Urbo handleless bespoke kitchen in Dulux 20YY 650 48. Bespoke colourblocked glass splashback. Worksurfaces in polished Silestone Altair. Extension by Paul Wiggins Architects.
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lwpw wrote:
Ral colour of sliders on extension? - Love the colour of the glass extension - so much better than standard black of grey - any idea what RAL colour this is? Thanks.
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Roundhouse

Hi there,

Roundhouse designed the kitchen only and has limited details of other aspects of the design. We love to help when we can if we have access to the right information. Being bespoke designers and manufacturers of kitchens we can answer questions about the kitchen cabinetry and appliances. Sorry I can’t help further on this question.

Many thanks

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sally_designline wrote:
Looking for an apex roof lantern like the one here. - It's the one in the roof, not the conservatory I mean. Do you know any stockists?
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Design Bifolds
Hi Saly,

We can manufacture, supply and install these roof lights to meet your bespoke requirements.

Thanks, Matthew - Design Bifolds.
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Hi, Roundhouse designed the kitchen only and
has limited details of other aspects of the design. We help when we can if we
have access to the relevant information but we are bespoke designers and
manufacturers of kitchens and can only answer questions about the kitchen
cabinetry and appliances – sorry!

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c4r14r3m wrote:
Who do I need to contact to design a conservatory like this one? - I am looking to build a contemporary style conservatory to replace the one that is already there.
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Hi, This one was built by Paul Wiggins at http://www.paulwigginsarchitects.com. Hope this helps.

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