This stunning home refurbishment in Bristol has resulted in a home that has the perfect balance between contemporary and traditional. The minimal interior design and modern glazing combined with the large wooden beams and natural grey stone flooring results in a unique home design that is flooded with natural light.
Sieger aluminium windows and doors were used at various points around the home including our Sieger Lux Casement Door, Sieger Lux Bifold and Slim Casement Windows. All glazing systems were specified with a solar control coating to prevent overheating. Our Sieger Lux Bifold is the slimmest aluminium bifold door on the market, perfect for maximising natural light within the home.
Bringing the outside in is something that many homeowners now seek and natural light is a great way to connect the internal living space with the outdoors. The easiest way to do this is by incorporating slim framed glazing around the home.
The main living space has a stunning tall, peaked ceiling, and three Sieger Lux Bifold Door’s connect the space to the garden. A three-pane fixed casement window sits above the three-pane bifold on the end wall, allowing an abundance of natural light to flow freely into the space.
Dan Lobb, project manager on the job, said he “loves when projects combine two styles. like this one with the wooden beams and wood around some of the glazing systems, it just works. Both us and the homeowners are ecstatic with the outcome.”
IQ Glass, Sieger’s glazing partner, provided a design and installation service for this refurbishment using Sieger aluminium glazing systems. Glazing systems mentioned are available to buy straight from the Sieger factory and from IQ Glass in the UK. This project was managed by the team in the IQ South-West office.