The Pitchridge is part of Glazing Vision’s roof window range and is a fixed product comprising two panes joined at the ridge using back-to-back angles and silicone seal.
Linework Architects imaginative use of architectural glass rooflights was key to transforming this period north London property. Lineworks director, Robert Haworth, collaborated with Glazing Vision.
Four Glazing Vision Three Wall Box Rooflights were specified on four modern new build homes in the heart of Los Angeles.
Natural sunlight and space were two of the key objectives for an extension located in South London. Glazing Vision has more…
Barr Gazetas worked closely with BW: Workplace Experts and Glazing Vision on the remodelling of a contemporary yet classical office building.
NARM has appointed three new directors to its board, further strengthening the Association’s position in representing the UK’s rooflight industry.
Utilising frameless rooflights from Glazing Vision to accentuate this highly contemporary home, CDC Studio has adopted the perfect balance of imagination and persistence.
Keen to unlock and utilise the space on top of a newly built residential home in Australia was an innovative ‘glass box’. Glazing Vision introduced this to provide easy access to the building’s roof terrace.
Situated within the picturesque Sevenoaks in Kent and taking advantage of spectacular sights and beautiful sky views, a bungalow renovation has installed three Glazing Vision rooflights and two frameless Glazing Vision roof windows.
Utilising several innovative Glazing Vision rooflight products, combined with some insightful architectural design detail from Chiles Evans & Care Architects and bespoke high specification finishing from Terry Huggett Developments, Ravine House is simply stunning.