minimal windows® UK
This new timber frame and stone house, situated on a sloping, wooded site with loch views, seamlessly integrates into its surroundings while minimizing tree loss. Local materials and blackened timber cladding reduce visual impact, and large windows maximize water views. The house is constructed off-site using factory-produced timber techniques, reducing time and environmental impact. Ground screws replace concrete for the foundation. Inside, a modern and luxurious Heridean-inspired design features timber and limestone cladding, poured microcrete floors, bespoke joinery, and unique bathroom fittings, creating a cohesive and tranquil atmosphere.
Limited edition framed art print by Bugspot in north London Edwardian Home.
A stylish and contemporary rear and side return kitchen extension in East Dulwich. Modern monochrome handle less kitchen furniture has been combined with warm slated wood veneer panelling, a blush pink back painted full height splashback and stone work surfaces from Caesarstone (Cloudburst Concrete). This design cleverly conceals the door through to the utility room and downstairs cloakroom and features bespoke larder storage, a breakfast bar unit and alcove seating.
This was a lateral 2 bedroom flat spread across two buildings. We added on the mansard roof and divided it into two split-level 2 bedroom apartments. The apartment has everything a young professional or a small family could need. The addition of the private roof terraces was a real bonus. All the joinery in the apartment was designed and manufactured by our sister company Cor Domi. As well as all doors and windows, designed, manufactured, and installed by PL Glazing. This was an investment project for our client. The apartments went on the market immediately and were both sold within four weeks! The full video explaining and showing exactly what we did can be found on our Instagram, @proj_london
Grandeur in Fulham! This kitchen features dark blue cabinetry paired with natural stone worktops and brass accessories. The cabinetry range is named after the Swedish royal family name ‘Bernadotte’ as it reflects the classic style that the clients were after.