The beauty of using steel as a framing solution for a patio door is that the stronger material is able to give you a slimmer sightline than the same door size in aluminium or timber. This slim framing profile can then be used to create steel framed patio doors that have smaller frames and allow you to maximise the glass in the opening. Read more “Steel Patio Doors: More Frame or More Glass?”
We are delighted that Savile Row has won the RIBA London Award 2018. Mondrian® glazing systems, installed by IQ Projects, were a vital element of the renovation of this commercial premises in the exclusive Mayfair district in London. IQ Projects worked closely with architects Piercy & Co to create impressive architectural glazing using the Mondrian® system. As well as our steel systems the specialist elements of glazing included in this project were contemporary disappearing facades of minimal windows and bespoke architectural metalwork. Our thermally broken steel systems and welded internal steel doors were used extensively in the build. Read more “25 Savile Row has won the RIBA London Award 2018!”
The differences between Steel and Aluminium Bifold Doors.
When looking for a new patio door a bi folding door is still one of the most popular design choices available. A bifold door set will open up an entire wall of a house to the garden providing a 90% clear opening. This is a great solution for projects looking for an internal to external living space that act as one environment. Read more “Steel Bi Fold Door vs Aluminium Bi Fold Door”
When you are looking at the metal window and door options you may see the term ‘thermally broken’ or ‘non-thermally broken’ scattered throughout the information you are reading.
If you are not experienced in selecting or specifying steel frames this may be a foreign phrase to you but it is one that is very important when choosing the steel window/door system. Read more “The Importance of Thermally Broken Frames”