Glass linkage, linking the original listed building to the modern extension, as the old building was not allowed to be touched by the new building, except through the glass walkway. The glass used is solar reflective as in all our glass structures as standard, which enabled our customer in the hot weather to sit on that chair, in comfort.
Glass Linkage - 1st Folding Sliding
Our roof lights are adaptable to many scenarios; here we have one large section of glass. Invisible from the inside frame has the detail to go up against the brick wall, and then the same frame goes into the open area at the far end and remains watertight.
Skylight, roof lantern - 1st folding sliding doors
Large light well 4.8 x 3.0m in four pieces with 4 stratal silicon joints and three glass lintels, everything designed by 1st Folding Sliding Doors (even the mild steel shoes that hold the glass lintels up) glass used on the application 10mm solar reflective, no stick surface heat soaked toughen glass and 13.5 heatsoaked toughen laminated glass at the bottom. All sitting on 33mm laminated glass beams, once side abuts to the wall and other three sides have all round valley gutters.