Grade II listed single storey private house refurbishment located in Surrey. The house was originally designed by famous British architect Erno Goldfinger in 1967. The main structure consists of a series of gluelam beams at 8 feet centres spanning across the whole width of the building and supported by timber columns externally. The property includes two wings which were originally linked by a narrow corridor. This corridor was demolished shortly after the property was purchased by the current owner, and a standard glazed conservatory was built temporarily while the client was looking for an exclusive design to satisfy his aesthetic needs. Malishev Engineers proposed an all-glass structure comprised of glass portal frames supporting the weight of the glass roof and providing stability against the wind load.

Glazing contractor: BGT+FA Firman