Campana Road

Kitchen extension with roof light.

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Harpreet Ghuttora wrote:15 January 2016
  • kent1973
    4 years ago

    where are the lights from?


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    Exact Architectural Glazing
    4 years ago

    Hi kent1973

    We didn't supply the roof lights to this project :( But we supply a very similar product. Take a look here: XACT Flat Glass Roof Light.

    I hope this may be of interest to you! Please feel free to call or email if you have any questions: 01428 748255, sales@xactbp.co.uk

    xactbp.co.uk

Ana Walls wrote:24 March 2016
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    Jo Cowen Architects
    5 years ago

    Hi!

    Thank you for getting in touch, the kitchen is by Roundhouse Design.

    If you have any more queries, just let me know!

    Kind regards,

    Katie Maisey

    Jo Cowen Architects

  • Ana Walls
    5 years ago

    Thank you so much

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fiona_jubb
Fiona J added this to Kitchen14 February 2021

2. Plan the right distance between benches and fixtures Having enough room between work spaces such as benches is essential – too little and you will feel cramped, too much and you will constantly be stretching and reaching for hot, heavy pans. A distance of 1050 millimetres is often regarded as the minimum, while 1200 millimetres is ideal for most. More than 1400 millimetres between benches and fixtures can result in ergonomic inefficiency and wasted space.

mhalova
mhalova added this to Kitchen Ideas12 January 2021

Sky light next to wall cabinets

sue_monckton
sue monckton added this to sue's ideas11 May 2020

like how this feels like garden is in room

tereney
T C added this to Wish List12 April 2020

layout...narrow space filled with kitchen, island and dining.

egreef
egreef added this to Kitchen ideas4 April 2020

Plan the right distance between benches and fixtures Having enough room between work spaces such as benches is essential – too little and you will feel cramped, too much and you will constantly be stretching and reaching for hot, heavy pans. A distance of 1050 millimetres is often regarded as the minimum, while 1200 millimetres is ideal for most. More than 1400 millimetres between benches and fixtures can result in ergonomic inefficiency and wasted space.

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