Glazing Vision’s Flushglaze rooflights bring much needed daylight into this stunning private residence’s open-plan interiors and provide an added dimension to its internal layout.
There were a lot of project challenges with a restricted plot size as Courtyard House, based South East London, measures just 17.1m x 11.5m.
Of critical importance to the design of this single-storey courtyard property was the need to maximise the access to natural daylight. 2 precision-engineered, Flushglaze rooflights from Glazing Vision were specified for the task.
With their lack of visible internal framework these rooflights have not only added to the sense of airiness and height inside the property, but also enhanced its modern aesthetic. The glazing brightens the interior spaces below and negates the need for artificial light during the day.
One rooflight runs the length of the wide, entrance hallway, providing a subtle bridge to the open-plan kitchen-diner at the centre of the house. The other rooflight is strategically located to one side of the adjoining, “sunken” living room, bringing much needed natural daylight to the rear wall of this space. A valuable added benefit of these Glazing Vision Flushglaze rooflights is that they also provide excellent access to solar heat gains.
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