This superb private residence utilises products from leading aluminium systems company Reynaers at home (RAH). The RAH products have been installed across the expansive four-storey design of stacked modular structures to enhance the striking façade and offer the homeowner infinite views.
Located in a small village off the North Norfolk coast, the home includes spacious living areas, open-plan kitchen and a state-of-the-art cinema room.
Rebecca Cope, Marketing Manager at Reynaers said: “This spectacular residential property is an awe-inspiring project which truly stands out from the crowd. The minimal sightlines embrace every inch of the Norfolk countryside, and offer fantastic space for fluid family living.”
Reynaers Hi-Finity sliding doors have been used to blur the boundaries between interior and exterior, the glazed panels which are made possible by the system’s ability to carry up to 500kg of glass. It allows for the build to extend seamlessly beyond its ‘four walls’ and into the surrounding landscape. The Hi-Finity system enhances the contemporary design whilst providing an energy-efficient home that is comfortable and cost-effective.
To further enhance the functionally of the property, the Reynaers CS 86-HI system has been installed in areas of the home where a hinged opening is required. It offers a highly insulated and robust flush system, which meets the highest requirements of safety, including burglar resistance level 2 as well as providing thermal insulation and stability.
The products were installed by nearby Suffolk-based Livingwood Windows, which has over 50 years combined experience in the building industry. Its expertise in installing the highest of quality windows and doors ensure that each product performs to the best of its ability.
Antony Jackson, Director at Livingwood Windows comments: “As a leading door and window specialist, we are always thrilled to be involved in such fantastic projects that utilise the products we have worked on creating. This one in particular uses Reynaers Hi-Finity sliding doors and the Reynaers CS 86-Hi to enhance the overall structure of the façade which is both clever and captivating, exhibiting glazing systems to the height of architectural design.”
The clean, minimalist interior is furnished with unique items such as neon lighting, taxidermy and artisan style furniture. The lower ground floor is undetectable from the front of the house and creates a private sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the world, however still allowing light to flood in.
Rebecca continues: “The interior design within this residence adds a really playful element to the use of windows. Glass panel floors expose neon signage below and allow the eyes to delve into the lower levels of the home. It is a truly unique project that we are proud to have been a part of.”