So how do you create a contemporary front door on a 1930’s bay window façade? Simply, by constructing a frameless glass box with a door at its front.
We particularly like the fact that this isn’t a standard renovation, it stands out as creative even though not necessarily to everyone’s taste. A definite candidate for ‘not following the crowd’. Frameless glass isn’t a fresh concept however if you add it to this style of house it can be tricky to get right. Colour, finish and design all collaborate here to create a strong end result.
Front Door Design: RAW E80 pivot doorset European Oak with Onyx stain with concealed handle, and flush side panel.
Side Door: Raw E80 hinged doorset European Oak with Onyx stain. Slatted side panel by others.
Architect: Robert Dye Architects
Glass box: IQ Glass