London home renovation featuring a mezzanine floor and double height minimal windows® sliding glass doors.
This stunning home renovation in London featured a double height rear extension with oversized minimal windows sliding glass doors. The slim sliding doors reach an impressive 4.5m tall, creating a striking glazing elevation.
The four storey home was originally two separate two storey homes that were merged together to transform the property into one breathtaking luxury home.
At the rear of the home, there is a mezzanine floor level which creates an open plan living arrangement with a double height space that is home to the kitchen and dining area.
Oversized sliding doors are an excellent way to forge a strong connection with the outdoors. They allow a huge influx of natural light, offer clear views of the landscaped garden and when open there is a significant amount of airflow into the home.
The double height living space can be merged with the outdoors thanks to the flush threshold which allows for a seamless transition between the interior and exterior spaces.
Indoor-outdoor living is an extremely sought after style of home, with many people spending more time in their homes than ever before, having that connection to nature can bring feelings of serenity and peace.
Biophilic design focuses on human’s connections with nature, mainly by mimicking it within our homes. This renovation shows many strong displays of biophilia such as the exposed brick wall, use of natural materials like metal and wood and in the vast amount of natural light that flows freely into the space, unobstructed by the ultra slim aluminium framing.
Even when closed the double height slim sliding doors provide unobstructed views of the tiered, landscaped garden. These high-quality aluminium sliding doors have a sightline of just 21mm, causing minimal disruption to the views.
The interior design of this luxury London home has a modern and minimal aesthetic, with the kitchen and dining area using black, white and grey as the dominating tones.
Warmth and character have been brought to the monochrome space by the exposed brick wall and decorative elements such as the oversized art hung on the wall and wooden dining table.
Leading up to the mezzanine floor level is a staircase with unique metal floating stairs that are protected by a frameless glass balustrade. By using a glass balustrade, the natural light that enters through the double height sliding glass doors can flow through into the rest of the home.
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