A 14th century grade 2 listed property in a conservation area in the village of Barnack near Stamford in Rutland, East Midlands.
A large external glazed screen with narrow frames incorporating two sets of French doors was required for a 7 metre wide opening in a new extension.
Design symmetry was very important to create an environment for all of the doors to open back fully onto the fixed elements and provide unobstructed access between the living areas and patio.
Also internal room dividers with door thresholds to floor level that replicated the frame style and design of the external screen.
A balanced and functional scheme designed to best suit the external building aperture with consideration to internal and external levels to ensure that the threshold height was kept to a minimum.
Matching Heritage room dividers and doors were specified for all internal locations and were supplied without a frame threshold so that internal floor finishes could run through without an obstruction.