Private residence in west London

This large contemporary extension to the rear of a double-fronted Edwardian house in west London was created for a television and radio presenter and his family. The Vitrocsa windows were the perfect choice for the new pavilion, which hosts the kitchen and open plan living room. Four large panes create a stunning wall of glass which can be opened out in warm weather to create one huge space linking the minimal interior to the large London garden.

Architect: Found Associates (
Photographer: Hufton & Crow
Product: Vitrocsa TH+ sliding doors with invisible frame
Partner: Vitrocsa Minimal UK (


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