The neo range from the Rooflight Company comes in expanses of up to 2.3m by 1.4m. Architect Jenny Harborne of Imago architects was approached by her client to add elegant roof windows to an extension to a minimalist property in Fulham, London.
She specified neo from the Rooflight Company because unlike most modern roof windows, when closed it has totally clear views uncluttered by opening mechanisms. Privacy was a key element of the brief as the property is flanked at either side by homes overlooking the extension. With this in mind the glazing was upgraded to Optifloat Opal privacy glass.
Three neo S12 roof windows were specified, two being motorised and one fixed shut. The motorised roof windows were fitted with rain sensors to ensure automatic closure during adverse weather conditions.
‘I like the clean lines and modern design of the neo roof window,’ says Harborne. ‘It merges well with the standing seam roof at this project and complements the minimal design perfectly.’
Featuring a sleek, contemporary and elegant design and flush edge-to-edge glazing, the neo specified by Harborne offers a roof window that combines unique properties with a frameless, minimalist appearance to complement modern architecture and interiors perfectly in a property like the one in Fulham. Designed entirely from the specifier’s point of view, its clean lines merge unobtrusively within the roof line.