Private House in Belgium

Slim Sliding Glass Doors in Luxury Belgium Villa.

This contemporary new build uses a range of building materials, from concrete to glass, to create a modern architectural design. Large concrete volumes define the shape of the luxury villa, with oversized glazing that wraps around two elevations of the expansive home and contrasts the modern industrial concrete.  

Exterior wood panelling creates a contrast to the other materials further, adding warmth and depth to the neutral toned palette of the exterior design. The three-storey home is completely open plan, with a staircase in the middle of the ground floor that the floorplan has been designed to flow around. Although the first floor is smaller than the ground and basement floors, the flat roof design gives the dwelling a low, almost sunken, appearance.  

Slim sliding glass doors to the Belgium villa have been specified in conjunction with structural glass walls for a fully glazed finish. The head and base frames of the sliding door solutions have been concealed within the building finishes for a floor to ceiling glass effect, giving the same finish as the structural glass walls which have neat silicone joins between panes. The slim sliding glass doors in the Belgium villa are characterised by their exceptionally slim sightlines of just 21mm, using the minimal windows® profiles to achieve the best thermal and security performance. 

The minimal windows® sliding door system has high-security ratings including both the UK PAS24 certification and European WK2 (RC2) according to EN 1627, making it suitable for use on new build and luxury villas such as this one. The slim sliding glass doors to Belgium villa were a perfect choice for capitalising on the stunning surrounding views, whilst allowing floods of natural light into the luxury villa throughout the day.  

Glass was used as a primary building material, the perfect choice for modern architecture and open plan interior designs. Around the luxury villa, the slim sliding glass doors in Belgium were used in various configurations including a corner opening configuration, which allows a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor environments. The slim sliding door solutions are complete with a flush threshold detail, enabling the homeowners to completely merge the two environments to create one large indoor-outdoor living space.  

The minimal interior design in the open plan bedroom features a window seat that is stepped up from the finished floor level and this space uses slim sliding glass doors to create a floor to ceiling glazed design. The bedroom uses white and grey colours to create a minimalist design that benefits hugely from the influx of natural light, thanks to the oversized glass door systems. The overall result of the contemporary home is extremely modern, utilising bespoke glazing solutions for a luxury exterior and interior design.   

Get in touch with the team today to speak to us about how bespoke glazing solutions can enhance any luxury villa in Belgium.  

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Private

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Belgium

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