This classic New England sunroom is a comfortable year-round glass enclosure that offers a great view.
- The client wished to build a classic sunroom positioned to take advantage of the splendid rear yard view.
- The use of floor-to-ceiling windows around the perimeter of the sunroom allows beautiful natural light to enter.
This project features a true, classic sunroom constructed in the spirit of the earliest New England tradition. Utilizing large, top quality, energy efficient windows with a solid mahogany wood frame roof, we provided the client with a structure that has a contemporary look and feel. The clients wanted to bring that outdoor feeling indoors, so we took advantage of the lovely view to the rear of their home. The roof was glazed with insulated glass units featuring soft-coat low-e and argon gas technology, providing solid performance in any weather. The room is also fully thermally conditioned so that it remains functional in any of New England’s diverse seasons.
Another important facet of the project was the need to provide direct access to the new sunroom from the existing kitchen. This transition would allow the vista to be clearly visible while in the kitchen or in the sunroom. We used a gable-style or “pitched glass” roof so as to introduce additional height in the center of the space. This allowed for the best possible view of the exterior from the kitchen while blending the addition with the existing house architecture.
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