Here you will find a variety of case studies featuring FAKRO roof windows from across Mainland UK. If you have purchased FAKRO windows and would like to be one of our case studies, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sort Trae is a new build Passivhaus set in a steeply sloping site in Thurgoland, Barnsley. The owner is a former architect and designed the scheme up to planning. HEM Architects were commissioned to turn the design intent into an ultra-low energy and comfortable home and to administer the contract on site.
Deep in the countryside of Bishop Auckland, surrounded by charming scenery, sits a unique building that has been transformed by the installation of FAKRO roof windows.
This holiday home, that now rests atop Briar Hill, experienced a complete realignment when it underwent a conversion from its previous barn state.
Peacefully residing in the quaint town of Buxton, an elaborate project from Housing 21 proudly stands - named Thomas Fields.
Housing 21 are a non-profit organisation who manage retirement homes and care services for the elderly. Boasting 53 two-bedroom apartments in addition to a range of on-site amenities, Thomas Fields is an impressive care centre.
Situated in the cosy town of Larbert, Stirlingshire, another home can now enjoy gorgeous views in addition to boasting a bright, inspirational living space – all thanks to FAKRO roof windows.
Mr Wallace approached FAKRO eager to replace his old, outdated roof windows. Exhibiting particular interest in the classic centre pivot PVC range, two PTP-V skylights were integrated into his bungalow.
Appointed by the University of Edinburgh, JM Architects took on the challenge of refining and expanding the student accommodation that this prestigious university offers. Existing structures on campus were renovated and refurbished, while the city centre site saw new-build elements designed and constructed.
Located in the enchanting city of Edinburgh lies a new home with flair, personality and plenty of natural sunlight.
Working closely alongside their client and the specification provided by FAKRO, Paterson Gordon Architecture designed an extension that, after four short months, would change the lives of its occupants. This was later named Stanhope Place.
At the end of 2019, a military barrack in Ede (the Netherlands) was transformed into seven houses and one daycare centre. One of the spearheads of the renovation was that the exterior of the building would remain exactly as it was.