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Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Beatbox
Ideabooks4,546
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If you are referring to a door with integral blinds (in between glass) we do not recommend that as it puts a mechanical system that can break in a location that is very hard (and very expensive) to get at.
sliding glass door - can be up to 8 to 10 feet wide.
Sliding Glass Doors The sliding glass door
with operation and mechanisms. Simply put, the sliding glass door is easier to engineer and build and has fewer moving parts. So a sliding glass door can be had for as little as $500.
Sliding Glass Doors The sliding glass door has got to be the most ubiquitous patio door. Made up of two framed glass panels that slide past each other, this door
Sliding Glass Doors The sliding glass door has got to be the most ubiquitous patio door. Made up of two framed glass panels that slide past each other, this door can be seen on contemporary, traditional and every style in between. Having said that, it really fits a contemporary aesthetic as the sliding
“Sliding Glass Doors The sliding glass door has got to be the most ubiquitous patio door. Made up of” — belindaray
Stone Interiors
2 Reviews
Idaho Lake House
Ideabooks10,685
Questions5
Note: 4 panel glass and 4 panel screen is 18 ins wide track. Consider screen panels. Track recessed.
Find the Right Glass Door for Your Patio Photo 5 of 8 Another type of sliding glass door is the telescoping
Variations on the Slider A variant of the sliding glass door is what some manufacturers term the French slider. In many ways this door incorporates the advantages of a sliding glass door with the look of a French
when a screen system is added. With the glass panels and the screen panels, a four-panel door can have a track system 18 inches wide. If this is a concern, look at using a variation of this door that you'll see next.
doors is the opening can be even wider than a regular sliding glass door. At widths of 10, 12 and 16 feet, these doors can create a wall of glass while also allowing for a lot of natural ventilation. Whether it's the standard sliding glass door or the French slider, an important design consideration
“Sliding doors on decks” — ekhilliard
Jamba Construction
Garay Residence, Tiburon, California
Ideabooks3,711
Questions3
glass, glass, glass and a pool
of the glass n the design.
Sav - All glass walls are very nice.
this photo, glass, sharp edged pool lines that appear flush to deck and the use of glass and overhangs
I like the glass treatment
cabana glass example
beautiful glass corners
clean glass, open terrace
Sooooooo much glass!!!!! Love
ceiling glass...The glass and light...Glass facade...GLASS WALLS...glass idea...glass house
“Small pool” — dianahelfrich
splyce design
Russet
Ideabooks4,211
Questions2
over 7ft. tall. Then the front of the store. Is this an aluminum or a steel frame system. Is the glass double pane and what size is this panel for example or the larges panel? What is the name of the glass co.? Is that a division bar or butt glazed? Sorry for so many questions but I am determined to reproduce
The glass panels are double glazed units, engineered for size and thickness to withstand wind load and potential blows. The joints are butt joined together using a black structural silicone. The head and sill details are custom.
glass balustrade on dining bridge, this feel
“The glass room sticking out over the land or sea” — maryhstockwell
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
Ideabooks9,195
Questions8
along a high bank, with a wonderful view of the water. The main living volume is completely glazed, with 12-ft. high glass walls facing the view and large, 8-ft.x8-ft. sliding glass doors that open to a slightly raised wood deck, creating a seamless indoor-outdoor space. During the warm summer months
profiles. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide natural lighting and ventilation; large overhangs for sun and rain protection; metal siding (recycled steel) for maximum durability
main living space has steel columns and steel cross beams to form a rigid frame, since there really is not any solid wall area. When you use large glass areas in a design, steel framing is a necessity and it does add significant extra cost to a project.
“Like this look” — mrmahana
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
Tea Houses
Ideabooks7,795
Questions4
Do you think these steel floating beams would support 8" ICF 12ft wall instead of glass? I'm designing around very large oak trees and like the floating foundaion to protect tress.
Great glass windows in the corner
Great glass corners.
Steele beam and glass
Corner glass...Glass corners...OMG the glass wall!...glass prouch...glass cantelever...Glass corner...Glass room...The glass...glass on glass...glass walls...Glass house...glass bump out...frameless glass...glass wall
“Nice view deck” — dandhoy
Rudolfsson Alliker Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Maroubra House Sydney
Ideabooks2,783
Questions3
Wondering how the glass cover is sealed/flashed to the steel frame?
Hi Rfach, The glass is just in a glazing channel on top of the frame with the water spilling over the sides - really simple and inexpensive. Cheers, Joseph
Outdoor area/ glassed in walk way
Frameless glass panels + glass covered pergola
Pergola with glass roof - very nice !
“Holiday home” — bs11e2g
DANIEL HUNTER AIA Hunter architecture ltd.
4 Reviews
A Warm Belvedere Contemporary on Golden Gate DANIEL HUNTER AIA
Ideabooks2,718
Questions1
just wanted to know the manufacture..i was just at a glass company yesterday..but thank you
Go to a glass company they cam help you
Staircase glass surround option for natural light
Love the curved glass would be really cool in kitchen nook
Glass curved stair case - barn board stairs - no beams between glass though
Two story window but I want frosted glass (and not round)
Love the stairs in the glass
Round glass structure & all other glass structures
“escalera metalica 2” — ARQUITECTURA Y RESTAURACIÓN
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