It’s been a while since the last post, but we’ve been busy. Too busy to take photos most of the time, but we remembered on this one!

Part of the reason we remembered our cameras on this job, was the location, which was Mousehole, Cornwall. It’s such a beautiful place that we thought we needed some pictures of the harbour and luckily we remembered to take some of the job as well!

The project brief was to bring in as much light as possible to the kitchen and dining area of the client’s cottage. The design included a frameless double-glazed door, side panel and a large, structural glass rooflight. Working with the architects – Studio West Architects Ltd website – and the builder – Peter Williams – we were able to provide detailed drawings for the structural glass and timber support frame.

Once all the framework was in place, Steve went to survey the site and from this we produced and purchased all the parts.

Installing in a place such a Mousehole is a challenge, but one that’s well worth taking up and with some very able and almost willing assistants, we were were able to manage the large panels into there rightful places.

If you have a project you would like us to take a look at (no matter how big, or small the location!), Please get in touch.



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