BIFOLDS EMBRACE CITY HOME’S GARDEN SPACE
The ground floor of this early Victorian terrace house in Hackney has been refurbished and extended to create a stronger relationship between the kitchen and the garden. The result: a light, open plan, indoor-outdoor family space. On the first floor a large panorama dormer window opens the bedroom to treetop views and further enhances this lovely home’s relationship with its green spaces.
Slim bifold doors finished in Anthracite frame the view of the beautifully landscaped garden and contrast effectively with the monochrome interior. A flush threshold is essential to creating this seamless design. In the newly converted loft a bespoke dormer window spans the width of the master bedroom, with a combination of opening and fixed panels to maximise the views.