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The Larch HouseContemporary Dining Room, Gloucestershire

Quintin Lake Photography

Photo of a contemporary kitchen/dining room in Gloucestershire with white walls and porcelain flooring. —  Houzz
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Jo Simmons added this to Architecture: What to Consider When Planning Bifold Doors8 December 2014

Glaze a corner‘Corner systems are another innovation,’ says Chris. ‘They involve two sets of doors that meet at a corner.’ In this house, a supporting column remains in place where the two windows meet. ‘But it is possible to have a completely open corner, as long as you have the steelwork and right structure in place,’ Chris adds.

Natalie Wain added this to Houzz Tour: A Gloucestershire Family Home With an Eco-friendly Heart18 July 2014

‘Installing bifold doors is a trick we often use,’ says Tomas. ‘It’s a great way to bring the outside in, doubling the size of the room in the process.’ These doors were custom made for the house and are triple glazed to seal the heat in and keep the elements out, in accordance with the Passivhaus approach to the build.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

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bifold doors leading to outside

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Bi-fold doors - anthracite grey

ectam added this to Patio Ideas26 August 2019

Bringing the outdoors inside. Note: Add a roof over the outdoor portion in rainy areas https://www.houzz.com/magazine/tour-7-energy-efficient-homes-in-honor-of-earth-day-stsetivw-vs~120045759

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