Gallery of Windows Projects
Floor to ceiling windows and doors provide a bright unobstructed view of the garden for this open plan extension of a 1920's home. A traditional style insulated entrance door and encapsulated stained glass ensure the character of the front facing facade is preserved.
This project features slim line modern windows and sliding doors for this contemporary extension on an Arts and Crafts style home. The extension was designed by architects Guy Taylor Associates.
Ecospheric is the first windows supplier to develop and install triple glazed stained glass windows for a Passivhaus. This retrofit features Ecospheric's Passivhaus performance stained glass panels along with traditional styled windows and doors at the front and modern windows for the garden facade.
This contemporary renovation of a Victorian terraced house incorporates large thermal windows to maximise solar gain and reduce the need for central heating.
Ecospheric's slimline modern windows and extra large sliding doors create a seamless transition between interior and exterior living spaces in this contemporary retrofitted 1970's era home.
A tilt and turn opening door and large sliding door provide ample options for fresh air and movement between this modern timber clad extension and the expansive garden. The front facade is updated with a stylish entrance door and grey timber bay windows.
Triple glazed windows and an extra wide sliding door are framed in a natural wood finish to complement the exposed spruce throughout this unique home designed by architects Mitchell Eley Gould (photos copyright Kris Eley).
Sleek triple glazed windows and sliding door create a modern and airy extension to this home in Greater Manchester.
The heritage style of this late Victorian terrace is maintained with a traditional moulded door which features encapsulated stained glass. Sliding sash bay windows were replaced with energy efficient triple glazing which is in keeping with the look of the home.