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Glazed door design

When it comes to connecting home and garden, choosing the right doors is essential. Sofia Delgado highlights the key options
The UberSlide model from Kloeber offers minimal sightlines and unadulterated views towards the garden, while taking up little floor space in this timber clad extension

With design at the forefront of our dream home’s layout, we tend to envision a sunbathed, modern dwelling with calming views.

For this reason, glazed doors have become increasingly popular – they provide a seamless connection between house and garden, while allowing plenty of daylight to flood into rooms. However, looking at the practical considerations, not every type of door will suit your project, location and lifestyle needs.

Before you can select the best glazed entryways, you need to think about how you’ll be using your space – both indoors and out – and whether the local climate will have an impact on this. “Weather conditions can be a real factor in determining your choice,” says Matt Higgs from Kloeber.

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What's inside the April 2018 edition of Build It magazine: - Stunning eco home on a heritage plot (page 22) - Glazed doors design ideas (page 64) - Renovating for profit (page 71) - Garage design options (page 74) - Complete guide to building with timber (page 81) - How to get planning on your garden (page 110) - Window cost guide (page 117) ... and much more!