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Zakevicius chose sliding doors rather than folding ones. “Folding doors look brilliant once they’re fully open, but when they’re closed, they have a lot of sections,” he says. “There would have been about six sections in an opening this big, which would carve up the view.”These sliding doors have just three sections, with the central piece sliding for access to the garden. “They are enjoyable to use, and this opens to the garden more than enough,” Zakevicius says. “The idea of the seamless transition still works, and this is less [drafty] than fully open folding doors can be.”Zakevicius used simple pretreated roofing battens to cover the garden wall. “It was a cost-effective solution,” he says.