Homeowner Matthew first visited the Haus Glass showroom in Cheshire during a new product launch.
Impressed by what he saw, he later returned for a one-to-one to discuss his requirements with the team. He presented the architectural drawings for his extension project, which would include a new industrial-style kitchen featuring lots of contemporary products and finishes.
Keen to keep in style with the original Victorian masonry house, the addition features exposed brickwork, steel and expansive glazing.
At the same time, the contemporary edge that this industrial look offers complements the period property – a style that’s particularly popular in urban extensions.
Matthew opted for Haus Glass’s flat roof product; the large span of overhead glazing floods the new space with ample natural light, as well as offering spectacular sky views.
High-positioned clerestory windows stretch to the corner of the extension, further maximising how much daylight enters the kitchen-living zone.
Haus Glass’s grey Ral 7016 bifold doors open the addition up onto the garden, helping to blur the boundaries between interior and exterior. The glazed units fold back to expose the full aperture – perfect for entertaining on long summer evenings.
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