Hollycroft Avenue

Internal Steel Glazed Systems Installed To Elegant Home Renovation

A bespoke internal glazing package was engineered and installed by IQ Glass to this contemporary London home renovation, situated within the Redington and Frognal Conservation Area. The project saw the conversion of the loft and basement spaces to open up additional internal living areas, while the ground floor underwent extensive renovation to create a broken plan industrial-style kitchen and dining area.

Multiple glazed systems were used as part of the ambitious renovation project, including minimally framed sliding doors, an oversized pivot door and multiple configurations of our internal steel framed doors.

To the rear of the home, three-track minimal sliding glass doors were installed to the ground and first floors to create a large glass façade with a near frameless effect. This allowed for seamless access between the lower level and the outdoor seating area, perfect for entertaining and al fresco dining during the warmer months.

The sliding doors on the upper level meant that the bedrooms benefitted from plentiful and adjustable ventilation when the doors were slid back. An internal frameless glass balustrade was integrated with the sliding system, creating a minimal Juliette balcony to ensure the safety of the house owners even while the doors are fully open.

The modern kitchen design follows a subtle, industrial-style aesthetic, with metallic countertops and dark timber flooring. In line with this theme, internal steel doors were installed across the length of the room, opening out onto a dining space. To the rear wall, an impressive double-height pivot door provides easy access to the garden.

The slim steel frames and art deco applied glazing bars of the internal partitions provide an artisan, carefully crafted feel to the flow of the kitchen dining spaces. The dark tones are beautifully lit with natural light, that flows uninterrupted from a structural glass wall facing out onto the garden.

Moving on through the rest of the house, two frameless fire doors link to contemporary living areas with a crisper white palette, provide elegantly subtle fire protection while maintaining a clean frameless aesthetic and maximising the flow of natural light throughout each room.