What makes a project special is the ability of the architectural designer to make the internal space pleasant and comfortable to occupy. Very often spaces can be of such a size and orientation where daylight is a concern.
In recent times there has been a growing trend in the domestic and residential sector of upgrading through renovation or extension. We as Specialist Façade Contractors, design, manufacture and install bespoke rooflights to suit almost every site requirement and technical consideration.
In this case, key architectural considerations incorporated in the execution of the works include:
- The lean to rooflight is designed so that in the event of fire and the need for escape, the occupant can walk on the 30mm toughened/laminate floor.
- The lean to large opening 3m by 1.8m incorporates self-cleaning glass for maintenance, its size allowing deep light penetration into the main circulation space over three floors.
- The tapered rooflight in the kitchen, interesting shape tilted to suite the geometry of the roof whilst at the same time following the boundary line.
Our unique approach and appreciation of the domestic aluminium rooflight as a key moderator of passive design is reflected by our on-going belief in the benefits of bespoke solutions reflecting each projects unique characteristic.
We have extensive experience in rooflights that serve also as glass floors, externally and internally. Our experience as architectural façade engineering enables to manage façade risks in their procurement.