Aberdeen Park contemporary-sunroom
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Aberdeen Park Contemporary Sunroom, London

Photography: Lyndon Douglas
Sunroom - large contemporary gray floor sunroom idea in London with a glass ceiling — Houzz

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amhers104 wrote:
Table? - Can you tell me the dimensions of this table or who makes it? Love it!
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Azman Architects

Table and chairs are by Matthew Hilton.

Donna Dziak wrote:
Floor - What material is used for the floor?
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Azman Architects

Limestone by Stone Age UK Ltd

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Jess McBride added this to Healthy Home: Sunrooms and Conservatories
As useful as some sunrooms can be in regulating the home’s internal temperature, windows are poor insulators and often cause rather than cure the need to artificially modify the indoor temperature. For this reason, in many locales, the sunroom is used like a screened-in porch: as extra living space for a few months of the year, but otherwise sequestered behind an exterior wall and accessible by a door. Before building a sunroom or conservatory, take a frank inventory of your requirements for the space and discuss with your architect how you might design the space to make the sun your ally, not your foe. Working with, not against, nature is the hallmark of biophilic design.

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