Some very minimalist design language, with the slight twist of Olive Green within the white render. The extended gable roofline and (obviously) the Danish windows really makes this home look like it’s been lifted out of Scandinavia.
Averaging out the overall U-values for the windows bring us easily below 1.0, and everything has the best-possible class 4 airtight rating – quite a nice middle ground for a newbuild: way better than UK Building Regulations suggest, but not going so far that you hit Passivhaus prices.
Despite a couple of different manufacturers being used, all the ironmongery matches in a typical Danish fashion. Stainless hinges are present on both the Lacuna bifolds and the STM windows. And the satin steel front door handles match the finish of those at the rear and the double doors at the side.
The 3-leaf bifold doors at the rear of the property have some of the widest possible door leaves, with each overall structural opening being around 3m in width. Combining that with the very slim Lacuna frames has created a huge amount of glass area that’s completely openable. With both doors having a odd number of panels folding together, both doors therefore have the convenience of a normal master door as the first opening leaf. With this, you can use the door as though it were just a normal back door without needing to fold it open every time.
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