Sliding glass door wall with structural glass in a new build house in Australia
A modern, highly glazed new build design in Australia features a sliding glass door wall. Oversized glazing elements throughout this residence allow natural light to cascade in. The bespoke glazing design benefits the occupants of this house with exquisite panoramic views.
The double height, aluminium sliding glass doors in the kitchen elevation create an awe-inspiring statement as they smoothly glide open to its widest aperture. Paired with structural glass façade either side allowed for the most beautiful floor to ceiling, glass to glass corner connection.
Full wall sliding glass doors had a biparting opening configuration with oversized glass panels sliding through left or right, creating a wider seamless space transitioning to other areas.
Our KELLER minimal windows® slim sliding glass doors boast 21mm slim sightlines with a minimalist framing system increasing the glazing experience and increasing natural light into the brand-new kitchen, dining and sitting areas in front of the outdoor pool.
The top-quality aluminium materials were chosen for the framing profiles. Thermally broken glazing added to the energy efficiency of the new build. These high-performance glazing elements provide a comfortable and stable environment.
The frameless sliding glass walls work harmoniously with the overall minimalist and elegant interior design. The flow of the natural light accentuates textures and interior finishes.
Frameless-effect structural glass walls also feature in other locations of the house, including the outdoor swimming pool area. The glass balustrades provide safety without interrupting the view of the surrounding landscape.
These architectural glazing elements were manufactured to the architects’ specifications which were completely unique to the project. At the same time, these high-end glazing solutions contributed towards a more sustainable eco home.
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