KELLER minimal windows® Featured On Grand Designs
KELLER minimal windows® were featured in the most recent series of Grand Designs 2015 as part of a modern new build in Lewes.
The Rusty Metal House, featuring these Grand Designs Sliding Glass Doors, is a four-bedroom contemporary house, which sits on a prominent brownfield site in the South Downs National Park on the banks of the River Ouse.
The Contemporary New Build Home
The contemporary new build home included a large glass elevation of full height sliding glass doors with their minimal 21mm framing on the lower floor creating the illusion that the upper floor is floating, with the rusted steel cladded roof blending into the surrounding landscape.
A simple mix of materials emphasises the building’s form and reflects the qualities of the site and its surroundings.
A key focal point to this daring new build is the minimal windows sliding glass doors wrapping around the property giving views of the river house in both directions. Not many plots of land have the ability to use such large elevations of glass without being overlooked, taking advantage of this crucial factor really brings the outside in with this design.
KELLER minimal windows® sliding glass doors were used on the both sides of the new build providing access to the external patios. Continuing with the minimal slim frame design, structural glass walls were installed to take advantage of the views and allowing the natural light to flood the open plan living spaces.
IQ Glass UK installed this installation of Keller minimal windows® and are the sole UK installer for KELLER minimal windows®. If you’re planning your own Grand Design contact IQ Glass UK for more information about installing KELLER minimal windows® on contemporary design projects within the UK.