LSI Architects use Balcony’s curves

LSI Architects based in Norwich has been commissioned to design a home in the Norfolk Broads National Park. The design is contemporary, with a curving roof, a three storey entrance atrium, cinema and swimming pool. The house will take advantage of the beautiful views with terraces adjacent to the living areas. LSI Architects turned to the internet to find large curved glass panels for the pool area and discovered Balcony Systems.lsi-architects-71110-1

Impressed by Balcony’s range, LSI Architects went on to specify 22 metres of curved balustrade, 18 metres of straight balustrade and 9 metres of curved patio doors with custom- made Juliette balconies. The small profile used for the doors means that the metal frame is unobtrusive and the product is effectively all glass. Minimal handrails and the absence of ugly clamps and posts on the Juliette balconies and balustrades give clean lines, uninterrupted views and a stylish finish to the home.

The total value of the project is £2 million plus and is due to be completed in May 2011.