For large panes of glass with minimal sight lines, theEDGE2.0 is the ultimate sliding door system. The advanced technology enables us to reduce the sight lines to an astonishing minimum of just 20mm, whilst maintaining the smooth operation, security and product reliability we are known for. With different configurations, sizes and colours, it can be tailored to suit the most demanding projects.
Overlooking rolling fields this stunning selfbuild was totally rebuilt from the ground up by the owners to create a modern family home, filled with light thanks to 4 sets of ultra-slim sliding doors.
This sustainable, low energy new build home in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the North Norfolk coast includes three sets of IDSystems theEDGE ultra-slim sliding doors to provide the house with light and maximise the stunning views.
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 stunning city centre 1930s home has been completely transformed with the completion of contemporary open-plan kitchen extension that is seamlessly connected to the patio and large garden by 3 sets of theEDGE2.0 ultra-slim sliding doors
Designed by the brilliant Suzanne Brewer Architects, this stunning home perched on the cliffs above the Cornish coast enjoys amazing views out to sea thanks to the large open-corner set of IDSystems' sliding doors
IDSystems is proud to have installed theEDGE2.0 slim sliding doors into the Build It Self Build Education House at Graven Hill in Bicester. The house is a completely unique, real-life self build project that has been created to educate and inform those seeking to build their own home.
In 2019 after 126 years Royal Norwich Golf Club left its home on the edge of the city to move to a brand new base on the Weston Estate. The new home features an incredible 18 hole course along with a stylish clubhouse that features a huge 18m wide 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.
Transforming this tired old 1930s semi-detached house in South London whilst living in it was the challenge for this home owner. The end result is a stunning light filled home with more than fifty percent more floor space and panoramic views over London.
Adding a two storey extension has completely transformed the lower two floors of this town-house. The ultra-stylish zinc clad extension features a set of theEDGE2.0 sliding doors and full height fixed frame windows with matching frames.
Winner of the RIBA Suffolk Design Award 2017, this uncompromisingly modern, eye-catching new home was built on the edge of historic Bury St Edmunds overlooking the meadows beside the River Linnet, perfectly complementing its surroundings.
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.
The desire to create large, light-filled living spaces by opening out the rear of a home is a common theme amongst our customers. With this in mind we have put together a case study showing how our glazing solutions can bring a project to life.