September 2016 Cool Wall


Another month ends and another month begins as we launch the September Cool Wall. After a sleepy start to the August Cool Wall, it sparked into life near the end of the month as four very high quality installations were uploaded.

After a close vote and a number of attempts in previous Cool Walls, IQ Glass UK were voted winners for August. You can see their winning installation on our home page throughout September. Their project also goes on to our end of year Wall of Winners competition where the industry will vote for the coolest installation of the year from our 11 monthly Cool Wall winners.

But for now we turn to September and the search for the industry’s coolest project.

This is the ninth monthly Cool Wall of 11 to be held this year, with each monthly winner going on to our Wall of Winners competition to be held in December. The winners of that will receive a well deserved trophy and will be treated to a day and evening of hospitality and entertainment at the yearly NFA Winner’s event. So it really is worth taking part.

There are no upload limits, send us as many as you wish. You don’t have to be registered and it is 100% free to take part. Please allow us some time to upload your project to the Cool Wall as this is done manually to avoid spam in our system.

Once installations are uploaded, a poll will appear on this page where people can vote for the installation they believe to be the coolest. The project with the most votes at the end of the month wins!

Good luck!

Timber Windows of Horndean

Bygone Box Sash Timber Alternative Windows replaced the old rotting timber

Philip Whear Windows & Conservatories – WINNER

Large orangery in Carbis Bay, Cornwall – featuring a rainwater harvesting and distribution system

Extended Living by Gilbert-Ash

  Bespoke Orangery using Hardwood Windows and Reclaimed Rosemary Tiles

Umbris by IQ

  Contemporary home featuring large sliding glass doors, shaded by an Umbris louvre roof

Osborn Glass

  Roseview Ultimate Rose uPVC sash windows installed to match the timber originals in the house next door

IQ Glass

  Contemporary glass extension with slim framed glass sliding doors on traditional Cambridge home