In recent years, the technology behind glazing that typically gets fitted into domestic properties has taken great strides forward. Innovations in the design, thermal performance, and weather proofing of aluminium windows and doors have helped architects as they explore new and exciting ways in which homes can be configured.
The core strength provided by aluminium-framed glazing means vast expanses of glass can be used in downstairs windows and doors, meaning living spaces and outdoor space can be combined in ways that just weren’t possible a design-generation ago.
Inside/outside spaces are one of the ways architects are innovating domestic properties and creating new, significant links between the home and garden. Inside/outside spaces typically bring indoor living into the garden, and create spaces outside that feel more like rooms.