This heavy-duty twin or triple track thermally broken aluminium sliding doors system is perfect if you’re looking to create a large exterior opening. The system is very versatile with panels that can be fixed or sliding, and the possibility of panel sizes up to 3000mm high and total widths of over 20m. With such a well engineered system, why limit yourself to standard-sized patio doors?
Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, this 17th-century home features a stylish timber-clad extension - named the Reading Room - designed by George King Architects and featuring 4 sets of Grand Slider II sliding doors incorporating open-corner and pocket designs.
The brief for Simon Gill Architects for this project in Putney was to completely transform the ground floor of this detached house by creating a larger dining room and better connecting the inside of the home with the garden.
Having completed a number of projects for the homeowner, Lincoln-based Stirlin Developments were tasked with finalising the plans, constructing and finishing a building designed to be the ultimate entertaining space featuring large Grand Slider II doors.
Set in a stunning location with views over the rolling countryside and valleys, Vila Mir is a contemporary new-build home that features large sliding doors and windows to maximise light and to breakdown the boundaries between the house and its surroundings.
This striking new-build home was designed by Suzanne Brewer Architects and sits in the heart of the Blackheath conservation area. The two storey structure features a large set of Grand Slider II sliding doors at ground floor level.
The term 'right on the beach' has long been overused in the travel industry, but for this luxury self-catering apartment perched on the side of the cliff in the North Norfolk seaside town of Sheringham, the term couldn't be more accurate.
Creating a larger kitchen and additional useable space at ground-floor level whilst providing a better connection between the house and the garden were the key objectives for Scenario Architecture on this North London project.
Designed by Simon Whitehead Architects this extension and renovation to a detached house in South London has completely transformed the living space by creating open plan rooms filled with light thanks to the innovative use of windows and sliding doors.
Working to a client brief to create contemporary, open spaces that maximised the available natural light, Adam Knibb Architects had to overcome restrictive planning constraints to create a stunning open plan house that makes the most of the rural views.
The Wine Sanctuary, the new tasting room at the winery of England’s leading wine producer Chapel Down, features a large set of theEDGE sliding doors combined with full height fixed frame glazing to maximise stunning panoramic views over the Kent vineyards.
Perched on the cliff tops at one of the most easterly points of the country this stunning new-build ecohouse, featuring a full package of glazing from IDSystems has been designed to maximise both thermal efficiency and the stunning views of the North Sea.