Our gable end glazing is mostly used for projects that include a pitched roof extension. It is made up of angled units that are designed to sit above windows, sliding or bifold doors, and configured to meet your exact requirements. Wherever possible, the frames are matched to the sight lines of the doors or windows below to provide a clean look to your design.
This two-storey extension in Cambridge creates a large open plan living space filled with light by a huge 4-panel set of sliding doors
This incredible cantilever house on the edge of Glasgow is truly unique and features six sets of theEDGE2.0 sliding doors that enable the house to enjoy spectacular views over the Cathcart Castle Golf Club.
Having returned home after years of working abroad the owners of this 1970s house engaged Harvey Norman Architects to extend the property to make better use of the internal space and to breakdown the divide between the house and the garden.
This challenging project saw this Victorian villa extended to create an open plan living space filled with natural light. The largely glazed timber (sustainably sourced) clad extension houses the kitchen and dining area and facing the garden.