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Bespoke FAKRO conservation roof windows for flagship Edinburgh development

Bespoke FAKRO conservation roof windows have been used in the multi-award winning Advocate’s Close project in Edinburgh. Winner of the Andrew Doolan Prize 2014 for ‘Best building in Scotland’, the restoration involved redevelopment of 16th and 18th century listed buildings in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town.

Conservation and Flat Roof Windows - Loch Lomond

In the summer of 2016, Paterson Gordon Architecture were approached to renovate an existing steading that stood in a derelict state. However, the stunning views of Loch Lomond created an inspiring opportunity to design and build a modern family home.

FAKRO roof windows at the London Ideal Home Show

A show home at the 2016 London Ideal Home Exhibition featured 22 FAKRO FTP non-vented roof windows. The Arc, by The Green Unit, demonstrated modular, eco construction which can be used for residential, commercial, education, leisure and a host of other purposes.

FAKRO roof windows for 'Building the Dream' SIPS home

Allan Corfield Architects' design of a SIPS eco-house in Biggar, South Lanarkshire sought to create a traditional looking brick building with a contemporary twist. The project features various roof windows and technical support from FAKRO.

FAKRO roof windows for bespoke SIPS house design

FPP-V U3 top hung and pivot and FTP-V U3 centre pivot roof windows have been used in Heb Homes design of a SIPS home in Abernethy, Perthshire. Alisdair Stephen, Director of Heb Homes commented, “FAKRO windows were chosen for their quality but also because they offered superior security”.

FAKRO roof windows for stunning bungalow conversion

There can be no better recommendation for a roof window that one from your builder and this was the case with Tan Jeraj when choosing products for the conversion of his bungalow in Mitcham. The 1950s house has been transformed in a design he co-ordinated and project managed without the use of an architect.

FAKRO roof windows with bespoke flashings for new community church

Westhill Community Church in Aberdeenshire was a new, green field project. Its highly contemporary style was designed for maximum functionality and to encourage use by the wider community. 33 FAKRO roof windows were discreetly positioned to flood the stage with natural light as well as illuminate a cluster of buildings which form the sanctuary, low rise foyer and adjoining offices.

FTU-V P2 Windows - Hoardweel in Duns

In 2016 Mr Smith visited a self build show in Edinburgh and a long house design for a 11/2 story building caught his eye. With it being a new build house, this opened up an opportunity to use energy efficient SIP panels and to provide accommodation within a comfortable retirement home.

Low roofline installation from FAKRO proves the perfect window option

Dualchas Architects’ design of Taigh Learaige in Stanley, Perthshire shows the benefit of being able to install FAKRO roof windows at varying depths. The visual aesthetic is greatly enhanced by their low profile in a structure which takes the timber from the roof into the walls with no visible rainwater goods. Eight non-vented, triple-glazed FTV U5 centre pivot windows were used with thermal combination flashings and XDP fitted underfelt collars around each window.

Triple Glazed Combination Roof Window - Colchester Hospital

A stylish and unique ARC™ modular eco-building has recently been installed at Colchester Hospital after the Clinical Team specified a unit with an eclectic look which offered plenty of space. Now complete, the unit has opened up opportunities for patients to step away from a potentially busy hospital environment at a time in their lives when calmness and relaxation should be reflected in their surroundings. This can help improve the quality of life both for patients and their families.

Triple-glazed roof windows for Passive House in North Berwick

Another highly insulated, airtight home to use FAKRO roof windows is a self-build for Michelle Sutherland and Neil Thompson in fashionable North Berwick. 14 FAKRO FTT triple-glazed roof windows were specified for the home by Certified European Passivhaus Designer Julie Wilson of Dunbar-based Brennan and Wilson Architects. They were installed on the south-facing roof alongside solar PV and solar thermal panels, the combination of which provides high thermal efficiency and net credit on energy bills.

Wooden Lodges with Electrical Control - East Midlands

Frisby Lakes Lodge Park is an award-winning East Midlands site with a plan to develop 59 luxurious Finnish Log lodges made from 100% renewable material. Situated in the beautiful Leicestershire countryside with lodges overlooking a large fishing lake, this stunning park has a lot to offer for those wishing to move to an upcoming, safe-haven location for the over 45’s including beautiful electric operated FAKRO roof windows.

Z-Wave Roof Windows at Dumfries Baptist Church

In mid 2017 the brief was set to rebuild a busy community church in Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway to make the most of a busy space much in need of modernisation, with the need for natural light being central to the success of the project.

Zinc clad windows in contemporary build

Westhill Community Church was a new, green field project in Aberdeenshire. Its highly contemporary style was designed for maximum functionality and to encourage use by the wider community. Natural light and climate controllability were the central considerations for the clients of McLean Architects during initial discussions - a common request for high ceiling, large space developments.

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