Project by Zac Monro with minimal windows Sliding Doors longlisted in the urban house category
The London Brut House was designed by Zac Monro Architects. The homeowners needed to renovate the ex-council house to have more open space.
The sustainable self-build was the only option to approach the approval from the planning restrictions in South London.
The contemporary extension in the backyard was made by timber cladding with timber framing for high insulation.
The garden elevation of the timber extension was created with floor to ceiling ultra-slim sliding glass doors by minimal windows.
Oversized sliding glass panels provided the moving glass wall for the elevation while connection the internal and external spaces when opened.
Concealing base and head tracks increased the glass experience to allow more daylight trough brand-new kitchen, dining and living area.
High-quality aluminium framing helps to have the best living temperature in the contemporary extension.
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