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Bright lights: Velfac windows specified at landmark project

Already a first choice for award-winning architecture across the UK, Velfac aluminium/wood windows also offer a sustainable option for new-builds and refurbishments

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Larch-clad Old Shed New House featuring Velfac windows: the former agricultural container in North Yorkshire now houses a collection of books and art. Tonkin Liu architects.
Larch-clad Old Shed New House featuring Velfac windows: the former agricultural container in North Yorkshire now houses a collection of books and art. Tonkin Liu architects. Credit: Greg Storrar

Installed in innovative new-build homes, refurbishments and extensions, Velfac aluminium/wood windows can deliver low energy, low maintenance, sustainable performance with a distinctive slim frame construction designed to maximise daylight in every room.  

Case study: Old Shed New House

Tonkin Liu architects has transformed a former agricultural building in North Yorkshire into a multi-award winning, energy-efficient, cost-effective home where Velfac windows combine with specialist glazed units to deliver what RIBA Journal calls a ‘masterclass in the curation of daylight’.

Old Shed New House won the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2018 and was also named one of Dezeen’s top 10 British architecture projects of 2018. To find out more about Velfac windows at Old Shed New House, read the full case study.

Velfac is becoming a mark of quality for residential developments of every size and its products are specified for their quality construction, excellent design and competitive pricing, backed by technical and design expertise. To find out more about Velfac, see these award-winning projects

  • Old Shed New House: 'The library is so beautiful that it really does elicit an envious gasp.'
    Old Shed New House: 'The library is so beautiful that it really does elicit an envious gasp.' Credit: Greg Storrar
  • A bridge across the hallway on the mezzanine level of the ­library.
    A bridge across the hallway on the mezzanine level of the ­library. Credit: Greg Storrar
  • The smaller, intimate space of a bedroom with Velfac window.
    The smaller, intimate space of a bedroom with Velfac window. Credit: Greg Storrar
  • Every view a painting: Velfac bathroom windows at Old Shed New House.
    Every view a painting: Velfac bathroom windows at Old Shed New House. Credit: Greg Storrar
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