Slim Glass Sliding Doors For Luxury Australian Home
This Expansive Home Benefited From The Full Glazing Package
With beachfront views of the Australian coast, this home required minimal frames and slim sightlines to make the most of the beautiful setting.
Large panes of glazing sit alongside multiple sets of ultra slim sliding glass doors, including a striking opening corner configuration on the first floor. The property is three floors with the ground floor being sunken, below ground level, in places.
Due to the bottom floor being so low, the addition of floor to ceiling glass doors helped enhance the space by introducing tonnes of natural light. The lower floor bedroom leads directly to an outdoor courtyard, with a flush to floor finish granting step-free access between the areas.
On the first floor, there are large terraced areas surrounding the home and an infinity pool, framed in structural glass balustrades. Each balcony area looks out onto the ocean, with the panoramic views further enhanced by being higher than ground level.
Using minimalistic frameless glass balustrade designs ensures the views are not obstructed when the sliding doors are open. The sliding doors slide away into completely hidden pockets within the building structure, revealing completely open apertures.
Balustrades are integrated into the sliding door tracks to offer a safety barrier when the window and door systems are slid open. Using a frameless design has the advantage of being almost invisible to the naked eye from ground level.
On the top floor, where balustrades create modern Juliet balcony designs, floor-to-ceiling glass makes the most of the surrounding view and introduces ventilation with sliding elements as well as brightly lit interiors.
Specialist external shading solutions have been added to the top floor, ensuring comfortable temperatures are maintained and privacy is available if needed.
Using glass as a construction material in luxury locations is hugely advantageous, adding an elegant aesthetic and boasting unparalleled thermal performances.
Glazing for this project was designed and installed by Thermeco, the Australian partner for Keller minimal windows.