House in the Woods

the house in the wood slim frame sliding glass doors featured

House in the Woods

Home Renovation with minimal windows

This woodland home has been completely renovated and extended, bring natural light into the home with the use of Keller minimal window® sliding doors giving the brick building a new contemporary look.

Minimal window sliding doors have been added onto the front of the house which allows more light through to the kitchen and living room. These additions also allow the owners of the house to create indoor-outdoor living spaces from the indoor areas to the spacious gardens that surround the home. They are able to merge their living room and kitchen onto the patio outside, creating a much larger open space. These slim framed sliding glass doors have also been mirrored at the back of the house allowing all sides of the house to benefit from natural lighting throughout the day.

To the upper floors minimal windows® have been used to continue this feeling of light and space through the home. To achieve this mirrored glazing design on the upper floors minimal windows® sliding doors have been engineered into minimal Juliet balconies. As the sliding windows open, frameless glass balustrades have been integrated to create these minimal Juliet balconies. By using slim framed windows, there is no obstruction to the views of the woods surrounding the house.

Several small glass extensions have been built onto the front of the house from the kitchen. These glass extensions have integrated minimal windows® within the structural glass design allowing more space in the room as well as letting more natural light in from various angles.

Juliet Balconies

Keller minimal windows® can create an entirely frameless Juliet Balcony by integrating a frameless glass balustrade within the base track of the sliding glass doors. This exaggerates the minimal appearance of the sliding glass door system as it hides all fixings. minimal windows® can create a balcony sliding door to match any sliding glass doors used on lower floors of a multi-storey building. Flush floor finishes can be installed internally to give a full floor to ceiling glass façade.