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Trombe Ltd

Lean to Structural Glass Extension

Inclined lean to glass extension with French doors

  • Internal photo Trombe Ltd Modern Corridor, Hallway and Staircase

    Internal photo

    Trombe - Internal photo from ground level showing the double height (over 5m tall) structurally glazed lean to extension. The internal side of the inclined steel rafters have been clad with stainless steel pressings. The whole of the rear facade of the London townhouse has been opened up to create a giant window

  • Internal photo Trombe Ltd Modern Corridor, Hallway and Staircase

    Internal photo

    Trombe - Internal photo showing the mini shard style of the double height structurally glazed lean to extension. The internal side of the inclined steel rafters have been clad with stainless steel pressings.

  • External photo Trombe Ltd Modern Corridor, Hallway and Staircase

    External photo

    Trombe - External photo with slim framed steel doors opening out to garden

  • Internal photo Trombe Ltd Modern Bedroom

    Internal photo

    Trombe - Internal photo from upper floor showing the double height structurally glazed lean to extension. The internal side of the inclined steel rafters have been clad with stainless steel pressings.

  • Internal photo Trombe Ltd Modern Corridor, Hallway and Staircase

    Internal photo

    Trombe - Internal photo showing the mini shard style of the double height structurally glazed lean to extension. The internal side of the inclined steel rafters have been clad with stainless steel pressings. The glazing on the sides of the structure is fire rated. A key aspect of the design was to ensure that any structure was deep but narrow to maintain and maximise sightlines and views.

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