As the weather turns warmer and Spring bursts into bloom, our living space expands into the great outdoors as we bring the outside, in. The benefits of blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living need little explanation; a seamless transition between home and garden can add much needed space and natural light, as well as making great use of an area otherwise under-utilised in the Winter months.
The height of luxury living, spaces to entertain guests in the comfort of your own home. Our award-winning Edge Cottage project in Alderley Edge features a fully stocked Bulthaup bar and wine fridge inside, but the real wow factor comes at the touch of a button.
In just moments, 18 metres of Crestron automated Sky-Frame windows peel back to reveal a stunning outdoor bar area to enjoy throughout Summer, allowing guests to flow in and out of the home seamlessly. The project won Best Global Smarthome at the CEDIA awards 2019.
Spaces transformed into the perfect setting for alfresco dining. At the aptly-named Lakeview House, our Llama Architects designed and installed a 16 metre full-automated Sky-Frame section, so guests may enjoy the stunning views in all weathers.
At Forest Cottage, the unsupported corner-opening Sky-Frame of the stylish contemporary kitchen and dining room open to reveal rolling Cheshire countryside.
At the touch of a button, it’s your choice to sit and watch the world go by or curl up and watch a movie. The newly-constructed contemporary extension at Queen Anne House, overlooks awe-inspiring landscape gardens and features a television, cleverly concealed whilst not in use, so as not to obstruct the breath-taking view.
The trend suits all manner of homes; from ultra-modern new builds to carefully restored renovations. Testament to its popularity, our Knutsford Barn living room with cantilevered Sky-Frame section was named as one of Britain’s Most Coveted Interiors by Daily Mail.