Renovations and Refurbishments

Hidden House Super Slim Framed Sliding Glass Doors

Hidden House

Hidden House Architectural design in line with existing grade II listed buildings A one-storey, hard to find dwelling situated within a conservation area in the

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Portland Road

Portland Road Double Height Slim Sliding Doors. Portland Road, located within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s Notting Hill, is known for being the

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Primrose Cottage

Primrose Cottage Linking Indoor Outdoor Living spaces. Primrose Cottage is home to a family based in Chorleywood, Buckinghamshire who were in desperate need of more

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Strand Court

Strand Court harbor views through sliding glass doors with minimal frames A major renovation project in Salcombe, Devon, with picturesque views out onto the small

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Cuddington Mill

Cuddington Mill old mill renovation using minimally framed sliding glass doors A large renovation project in Buckinghamshire looked to extend and refurbish an old mill

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Foxwood

Foxwood small rear renovation featuring slim framed sliding glass doors Keller minimal windows®, slim frame sliding glass doors was installed as part of a small

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Dunloran House

Dunloran House contemporary traditional property renovation project The clever architectural design merges the traditional property with a new modern extension seamlessly with minimal windows®. Large

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House in the Woods

The House in the Woods home renovation with minimal windows® This woodland home has been completely renovated and extended, bringing natural light into the home

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Bedford Gardens

Bedford Gardens minimally framed sliding glass doors to courtyard garden minimal windows® were used to connect this original London townhouse and a neighbouring mews property

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Willow Road

Willow Road sliding doors to a modern family home minimal windows® transformed this dated home in Hampstead, London into a bright, light-filled modern family home

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