This London home has been renovated using modern steel replacement windows to replicate the original features of the mews house whilst exceeding modern thermal performance requirements.
Steel replacement windows and doors create tailored and luxury designs suitable for restoration projects to traditional buildings like Grange House, creating a bespoke high end architectural design finish.
The glazing design was a key design element to successfully link these three buildings together built in three very different eras forming one family home. The main building is a Grade II listed 17th century mews house, with the second building built in the 1980′s leading to a 1900 coach house to the rear. The list of constraints to altering this property are endless making the design requirements very specific; the property is located within a conservation area, grade II listed and half of the courtyard is listed as a Scheduled Monument.
The use of modern steel replacement windows enables these three properties to become a single family dwelling with plenty of natural light with excellent energy efficiency. Transoms were applied to the window design in order to replicate the original aesthetics providing an industrial ‘loft’ design style to the property.
The exceptionally engineered thermally broken windows provide slim frame steel replacement windows in a thermally efficient and cost effective windows design. A frosted privacy film has been applied to the bottom half of the windows, this maintains natural light levels but also provides some privacy to the rooms.
Contact IQ Metal UK on 01494 722 880 for more information about installing steel replacement windows on contemporary design projects within the UK.