Inspiration: Glazing Vision projects all around the globe Back to all blogs | Jolanda | Spotlight-Daylight In need of inspiration? We take you all around the globe to visit some of our projects. From Amsterdam to San Francisco, from London to Paris. all over the world we install the Glazing Vision products to bring lots of daylight in your house. Have a look at our projects and get inspired. Sliding Box on a roof terrace in Amsterdam The spacious roof terrace is so very comfortable to reach. The sliding box gives room to a generous staircase and brings a lot of light into the former dark stairwell and can also be used as a ventilation window. Walkon glass on a roof terrace in Amsterdam What a luxury: a huge walkable glass in a roof terrace. It provides a pleasant reflection of light on the roof while keeping all space accessible. And it brings a lot of light into the lower floor. This increases the value of the house. Design roof terrace by the Dakdokters. Sliding Rooflight in The Cooperage in Londen A Bi-parting Sliding Over Rooflight from Glazing Vision has proved crucial in the outstanding restoration and expansion of a former Victorian brewery in London. The rooflight has helped unlock the daylight in the open-plan, triple height living space for the building, which has become one of the capital’s most pulsating cultural and culinary hubs. Architect: Chris Dyson – Photography: Peter Landers Electric roof acces hatch in Paris If you have such a beautiful view of the Eiffel Tower, you may want to admire that from your roof top. With this Skyhatch Electric, the 900 x 1800mm electric roof hatch, this access is well controlled. From the inside you have the famous Sky Only View. From outside you can enjoy the amazing Eiffel tower. Walkon glass in San Francisco With this huge roof terrace with several levels, various sections with walkable glass have been used to bring daylight into the house. Jeff King and Company Photography: Paul Dyer Turells Skyspace als inspiratie voor daklicht in voormalige ‘barn’ Inspired by James Turrell’s exquisite Skyspaces, David Nossiter specified two Flushglaze fixed rooflights from Glazing Vision, which were to be installed into the existing roof apertures. Needing to be made to bespoke sizes – almost 3m square – these rooflights were precision-engineered at the company’s factory in Norfolk. Space is the luxury” was how the client described what the barn offered them. Architect: David Nossiter Photography: Steve Lancefield Manual Acces Rooflight in Amsterdam And we’re back in Amsterdam, where a manual access hatch gives access to this cozy roof terrace with views over the whole city.