Vision AGI - High Specification Rooflights and Structural Glazing

High specification rooflights & structural glazing

Pyramid and Lantern Rooflights

Elegant, modern rooflights available for quick dispatch

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Fixed Multi-panel walk-on rooflight, fixed multi-panel skylight and glass balustrade

Remarkable structural glazing projects

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High Specification Rooflights & Structural Glass Solutions

Vision AGI are a leading UK supplier of high specification rooflights with standard sizes available for quick dispatch & bespoke rooflights designed to meet your specific requirements.

We supply our rooflight collection across a wide spectrum, to architects, construction contractors, master builders and domestic homeowners for their refurbishments or new build projects.

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Our team also create and install structural glazing for some of the most prestigious projects in the UK. Our case studies cover work for Arcadia on Oxford Street, the brand new Twenty workspace at Old Bailey, the Velodrome in Stratford and much more.

The Rooflight Collection

Fixed Skylight
Opening Roof Window Manual
Walk-on Glass Floor Internal View
Access Hatch Roof Window Manual Version
Pyramid Rooflight
Lantern Rooflight 1

Fixed Skylight

The Fixed Skylight is the traditional timeless classic; its simplistic design forms clean elegant lines and would be the perfect addition to your roof, bringing an abundance of natural light into any room.

From £629.99 + VAT

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Opening Roof Windows

Our Opening Roof Windows have a classic, traditional and elegant design and with the additional benefit of being able to be opened and closed manually or electrically, allowing you to maximise the natural light and ventilation into your home.

From £1099.78 + VAT

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Walk On Glass Floors

Our Walk On Glass Floors are flush-fitting glass panels that maintain the function of the floor whilst allowing the illumination of the room below with an abundance of natural light.

From £723.98 + VAT

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Access Hatch Roof Windows

The Access Hatch Roof Windows are a classic, traditional and elegant roof window with a difference: it provides the advantage of opening fully, so has a dual function giving you an extra point of access to your roof space.

From £1115.25 + VAT

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Pyramid Rooflights

Pyramid Rooflights have a stylish and contemporary design, engineered to maximise the amount of natural light. These are popular where multiple natural light sources are required in smaller roofs and corridors.

From £1590.61 + VAT

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Lantern Rooflights

The Lantern Rooflights have a contemporary design providing a more architectural feel.  Giving added height and volume to your room, providing maximum light transmission and that all important WOW factor.

From £1779.23 + VAT

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Bespoke Multi-panel rooflight with fixed and opening sections

Creating A Sense Of Space In Your Home

Posted: June 26, 2018

There are many creative and decorative tips and tricks one can adopt to give a sense of space in a home but many of these solutions are temporary, some only create an illusion and if not well executed can be costly and ineffective.
The only real way to truly create a sense of extra space in your home is to make use of natural light by installing windows and skylights; even if your house has many large open spaces you may still have a few smaller rooms which may need a little inspiration to bring out the best of the space. Continue reading »

Gridshell Rooflight Interior View - Arcadia HQ, London

The Effects Of Natural Light On Productivity

Posted: June 19, 2018

We’ve all been there; stuck in an office cubicle, counting down the minutes and feeling more and more drained as the day goes on. It’s no secret that a mood like this will have a negative effect on your productivity. But did you know that the root cause of this dip can be linked back to a lack of natural light? Continue reading »