Heads were seriously turned when the Loggia was first unveiled to the industry a few years ago and it caused a similar stir amongst homeowners. It combines Italian design with British engineering. Usually a Loggia is a very expansive structure, but this particular design needed to be reined in a little, though not to the point where it shared no resemblance to the original design. So, it still has the elegant columns associated with a traditional Loggia and was still big enough to include both bi-folding doors and French doors.
The level of detail that has gone into this Loggia is no more in evidence than in the small cornice that runs around the design. Within the internal pelmet there are some spotlights that will prove invaluable when the interior needs to be illuminated at night. To supplement the ventilation provided by the doors when they’re open is a number of top opening windows. When they’re all shut together, there’s no chance of any cold or excess warmth getting inside, meaning the structure can be used throughout the year. When leaving the Loggia, the French doors provide the entrance point back into the house. You don’t get much more forward-thinking than the Loggia, that’s for sure.
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