THE PAVILION ECO HOUSE, BLACKHEATH contemporary-bedroom
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THE PAVILION ECO HOUSE, BLACKHEATH Contemporary Bedroom, London

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Ed wrote:
Sliding glass door in bedroom - I assume the rest of the doors/windows are also the same for continuity. Is this a commercial product? I am having trouble finding thin stifles. Metal? Fiberglass? Here in humid/were/stormy weather in Florida. I do not want wood. Thank you.
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E2 Architecture + Interiors Ltd

Hi,

All sliding doors on this project are https://www.sky-frame.com/en/ The corner glazing in this image is structural glazing. Can you explain what you mean by 'stifles'?

Thank you.

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solhouse wrote:
Wall material - What is the name of the lime wall material used?
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hi, It is a polished plaster. It is a very specialist product and has to be applied by a specialist psaterer. We used http://www.plush-interiors.net/ who were brilliant.

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