Number 44

Number 44

Walls of Sliding Glass to Contemporary Home

minimal windows® sliding doors were used to create two full walls of sliding glass for this contemporary home. The house project utilised these slim framed sliding doors on the ground floor living spaces and first-floor bedrooms.

The house design used a three track sliding door system on each floor with the slim framed panes biparting away from each other. This then created a six-pane sliding door system whilst maintaining our slim frames and a shallower base track.

The light colour palette of the building was continued through the use of these aluminium sliding doors by specifying the frames in a light, white powder coat. The head, base and side profiles of the sliding door are hidden within the building finishes, leaving only the 21mm vertical frames of the minimal windows® on show.

The use of slim framed glazing on both floors to create a sliding glass wall ensures that the external design of the rear elevation is mirrored, but also the internal views through the glazing are uninterrupted in both spaces.

The upper floors use the walls of sliding glass to access the first-floor balcony which ensures that all important indoor-outdoor living environment is available to the bedroom spaces as well as the living spaces.

Walls of Sliding Glass

The minimal windows® system is available in up to 4 tracks with multiple sliding configurations available (including bi-parting) in order to create entire walls of glass that slide and open.

Flush Thresholds

When you choose the minimal windows® system you have the option of many base tracks or solutions in order to create the flush threshold detail that you need for your project.

The Showroom

A three-track minimal® window system is available to view in the UK at the IQ Glass UK showroom based at Sky House Design Centre. To view the minimal windows® sliding doors in person please contact IQ Glass to arrange your appointment.