Our contemporary aluminium windows can be designed and manufactured in an almost infinite range and combination of styles and configurations including openings, fixed frames, sashes and dummy sashes. Top hung and side hung windows are both available with standard or restricted hinges, while side hung is also available with the extra security and safety of egress hinges.
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 theEDGE2.0 ultra-slim sliding doors to provide the house with light and maximise the stunning views.
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
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.
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.
This ultra-contemporary detached home was designed by Downs Merrifield Architects. Set in the suburbs of Cardiff suburbs the eco-house was constructed in the garden of the neighbouring property and designed to provide open plan living.
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.
Turning a dream into reality was the task for the IDSystems technical team when presented with this non-standard extension for this timber clad barn - and utilising an innovative combination of glazing helped to achieve the vision.
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.
This contemporary kitchen extension to a Regency Terrace in Colchester was recently completed. The client was looking to use large amounts of glass with minimal framework to let as much light into their new extension and existing home.
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.