Sunsquare were approached during the first lockdown with a very testing project. Our clients had started their conversion of a back room to form part of a kitchen extension as well as a roof terrace from their bedroom to overlook some beautiful English countryside.
We were delighted to work on a modern new-build property in the Cotswolds which is designed around a rotunda. The property features a circular skylight over the family room and will have a large chandelier to draw the eye upwards to the skylight above.
A new client in Suffolk was undergoing a complete house renovation, and needed a solution to replace an existing 90s UPVC atrium. The existing brown UPVC atrium at the rear of the kitchen gave the kitchen some natural light, but blocked the views and made the roof terrace small and unusable.
When it was designed by Sir William Chambers in 1762, the Great Pagoda that towers 50 metres over Kew Gardens was regarded as the most spectacular garden folly in England. And it remains a spectacular site, having recently undergone a £5million restoration that Sunsquare is proud to have been a part of.
Sunsquare is privileged to have supplied and installed skylights in many prestigious projects for Green County Developments.
A mixture of external and internal shots of completed Sunsquare skylight projects.