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If you want to get as much natural light into your living space as possible, all while keeping your room comfortably warm, a conservatory with lantern roof features may be the ideal choice for you.

Lantern roofs can even be built on top of your existing conservatory flat roof to bring in more natural light without having to completely replace the roof.

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Here at Lantern Roofs, we specialise in installing thermally efficient lantern conservatory roofs in a contemporary style, suitable for new builds or period properties.

So if you are considering adding a little space with a conservatory lantern roof as part of your next round of home improvements, get in touch with us for a free quote today!

Lantern Roof Conservatory Cost

The average price of a lantern roof for a conservatory is in the range of around £2,000 – £6,000.

This cost is determined by a number of factors: there is no standard size and design for a lantern roof.

All of our lantern roof designs feature a complete water-tight design with aluminium frames and double glazing, but a larger conservatory extension will require a larger and more expensive lantern roof.

Similarly, we offer a number of solar control glazing options for lantern roof conservatories.

Other additional options include a decorative cornice, stormshield protection, and additional solar control glazing to protect your living space from excess heat.

For a quote for the costs of your chosen design for lantern roof conservatories, whether that is just a simple basic design or a fully featured model with solar control glazing and a decorative cornice mould, just get in touch with us through our website.

Benefits of Conservatory Lanterns

There are many major benefits to lantern roof conservatories that help them stand out above standard flat roof membrane designs. These include:

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Types of Roof Lanterns

There are several different types of lantern roof conservatories available for your home. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular design options.


A rectangular lantern conservatory roof is typically placed in the centre of the room, drawing emphasis to a specific area of the space.


If space is limited, you may have to be careful with your lantern conservatory roof selection. As a result, you may wind up with a square lantern roof.


An octagonal lantern roof is a great choice for larger spaces. They require more glass panes but allow light into your living space from a wider range of angles.

An octagonal roof conservatory is ideal for a big living space in need of additional light in an energy-efficient manner.


A cupola lantern roof conservatory is not the best option for maximising light, but it offers a classy and refined design and excellent thermal performance.

This style minimises heat loss and offers a premium style for that all-important finishing touch.

Double and Triple Lanterns

It is possible to create stacks of two or more lanterns reaching up into the sky for a high-performance design with a bit of extra space and style for larger conservatories.

This uses a lot of glass and does not work so well at the ridge end of a building, but it gives a great look and can be combined with the best of our unique stormshield protection to keep your glass roof safe.


Maximising heat retention to lower your heating bills in winter is great, but it is often worth adding ventilation that can be opened in the summer.

A lantern roof conservatory can get hot in the sun, and it is worth doing what you can to create a comfortable living space in your extension in any weather.


Finials are simply a decorative detail put on the top of your glass roof. They come in a number of designs but are not an essential part of a conservatory roof structure like an internal pelmet!

What is an Orangery Roof Lantern?

An orangery lantern roof, or lantern roof conservatory, is a beautiful alternative to flat glass for conservatories that gives depth to your house with an eye-catching feature.

A lantern conservatory roof guarantees that light enters the room in the way you want it to, whether you have a full glass conservatory or a bricked home extension.

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Can You Put a Lantern Roof on a Conservatory?

You can put a lantern roof on a conservatory.

Lantern roofs are a great and energy-efficient option for most styles of conservatory.

Will Roof Lanterns Help to Insulate The Conservatory?

Lantern roofs do help to insulate conservatories.

A lantern roof is a great way to maximise temperature retention in your conservatory, increasing the space that holds hot air.

They are not insulation themselves, but they have similar benefits.

Will a Roof Lantern Help to Reduce Mould in the Conservatory?

Lantern roofs help reduce mould in conservatories.

They open up more of your conservatory to the sky, bringing in more sunlight, which helps to reduce mould levels.

Do You Need Planning Permission for a Roof Lantern?

In most cases, extension lantern roofs for conservatories do not require planning permission.

Check your local requirements before you commit to anything, however!

What is the Cheapest Way to Cover a Conservatory Roof?

A simple flat glass is the cheapest option to cover a conservatory roof.

The reduced heating bills that come with a lantern roof can actually make them cheaper in the long run.

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If you are interested in lantern roof conservatories, reach out to us today for a free quote!

We’ll help you get started with choosing a design and then support you through every step of the installation process for your new lantern conservatory.

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Skypod roof lanterns are an incredibly popular choice for homeowners all over the UK, providing high energy efficiency and a great aesthetic view that makes it perfect for nearly any space.

As one of our most well-known roof lantern options, we work hard to ensure that every project is completed to the highest standard of quality possible.

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Our specialist installation team can help any client get the Skypod roof lanterns they want, tailored to perfectly suit the space they have chosen.

We work hard to deliver the highest possible installation quality for every single one of our Skypod roof lanterns, pitched roof skylights, and any other roof lanterns we have to offer.

Skypod Roof Lantern Prices

The average cost of Skypod roof lanterns can vary from between £500 to over £2,000, depending on the project.

Like any kind of roof extension, Skypod roof lanterns can be installed in various ways and come in a range of sizes and varieties.

Certain elements can also directly impact the cost of a Skypod roof lantern project, including:

In simple terms, a more complicated project would usually cost more money. We try to offer our Skypod range at the cheapest price point possible for each client, so contact us to get a free price estimate quote based on your initial proposal/requests.

Benefits of Skypod Lanterns

Skypod roof lanterns are versatile and very stylish, providing a range of aesthetic and practical benefits in whatever flat roofs they are installed into.

For example, installing a Skypod roof lantern can offer you the following:

Overall, Skypod roof lanterns are aesthetically pleasing and incredibly practical as decorations.

Even when installed as simple conservatory roof systems, they can provide more natural light for living space while making sure that the flat roofs extends only as far as necessary.

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As professional installers for many kinds of roof lantern designs, we understand how much of a difference Skypod skylights can make when installed properly.

We use the past experience of each complete installation to improve our next project, making sure that we are installing each Skypod roof lantern in the perfect spot.

What is a Skypod Roof Lantern?

A Skypod roof lantern is a particular brand of roof lantern designed to extend flat roofs out while still maintaining fairly compact designs.

This allows natural light to flood into the room, with the pitched roof skylights offering larger glass areas that can reflect light from more angles.

Available in a wide range of sizes and colour options, these Skypod skylights are the perfect way to extend a flat roof and turn it into a clear window.

This, combined with options like double glazing and various contemporary design quirks, make them incredibly stylish in almost any home.

Unlike openable skylights, these lanterns trade the opening doors system for a multi-directional light.

Rather than being solid glass panes on doors/hatches that are hard to open, they act as a way for natural light to hit the room from almost any angle.

Skypod roof lantern options are often used for garage conversions, kitchen diners, or anywhere else where regular aluminium skylights would be popular.

They can provide more light to kitchen diners and similar spaces than conventional aluminium skylights, alongside a range of other useful benefits.

We can supply the right kind of roof lantern style for any property and room, helping users find the colour and style of lantern they want based on their needs.

Skypod Roof Lantern Installation

Skypod roof lanterns are technically easy to install with the right preparation work, but that does not make them easy to install manually for a homeowner.

Our team make sure to install each Skypod roof lantern carefully, making sure to fit every Skypod roof lantern correctly based on its design.

With a Skypod roof lantern, a specified section of flat roofs extends out from the rest of the flat roof.

This step is what makes a Skypod roof lantern tricky to install since the flat roof itself has to be adjusted to mount the Skypod roof lantern properly.

Our team can supply high quality, superior performance, fast installation and a huge range of experience with Skypod roof lantern projects.

If you want a Skypod roof lantern of any style installed on your property, we can get the Skypod skylights installed correctly.

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Colours Available

Our Skypod roof lanterns are available in a number of beautiful colours.

Popular colours include:

We can also offer additional frame colours and specifications that are made to order if you require something a bit more bespoke.

For example, anthracite grey is a popular choice due to anthracite grey being neutral and easy to fit into any style.

The off-black tone of anthracite grey makes it one of the more popular colour options we can offer, with many homeowners choosing anthracite grey or a similar tone for their homes.

Colour choices are entirely up to the client, as are style options.

For example, blue and bronze are not going to suit every home, just like a two-bar gable will not fit a home that uses a three-bar gable for other lanterns.

We offer a good range of colours and can even help clients pick out the right blue shade for their home if needed.

Skypod Lantern Dimensions

We can offer a Skypod roof lantern in a variety of dimensions, depending on the design.

For example, a no-sidebars option can be up to 1.5m by 2.75m, while rectangular Skypod roof lanterns can be up to 2.75m by 8.7m.

Our Skypod range of sizes allows us to deliver the right Skypod skylights for each client based on their needs.

For example, we can offer both anthracite grey square Skypod skylights and anthracite grey rectangular Skypod skylights in a variety of dimensions without issue.

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What is the U Value of Skypod?

A typical Skypod roof lantern will have a 1.0 U-value.

This U value is without extra double glazing or other insulation methods.

This makes each Skypod roof lantern decent at trapping heat on its own, but the heat loss can be further increased or reduced with other additions and modifications.

If you choose clear glass and clean sightlines, then a Skypod roof lantern will receive more sunlight, leading to it heating up the room more.

Again, certain glass types and other tweaks can adjust how much heat the room traps or loses over time.

Can You Add a Roof Lantern to an Existing Roof?

A Skypod roof lantern can be added to an existing roof.

Roof lanterns are great for offering larger glass areas and greater natural light sources by extending the roof slightly, so most roof lantern options are installed on an existing roof.

Our team can help you figure out the best options for getting a Skypod roof lantern installed in your home, from the planning of the Skypod roof lantern itself to ensuring that the colours, styles and frame design are all correct.

What are the Main Features of a Skypod Lantern?

The main features of a Skypod roof lantern are its superior performance, fast installation, a wide range of styles, various frame colours, and a great level of natural lighting compared to other lantern options.

Of course, the benefits you get from a Skypod roof lantern over something like Eurocell roof lanterns depends on the option you choose.

The glass, style, colour and position on your property all depend on your own personal choices.


Whether you want a solid two-bar anthracite-grey roof lantern for garage conversions or a bright and colour-heavy option for your dining room, we can provide the ideal lantern for each client.

From a variety of colour options to a range of glass types, we understand that no two customers want the exact same thing.

When used alongside glass doors and/or windows with clear sightlines, these glass roof lanterns can become an amazing addition to any home.

Even our most basic anthracite grey options can make a significant difference to how your home looks and feels.

We offer all of our styles, colours and types of roof lanterns to customers all across the UK.

If you want to know more about what we can offer, get in touch and talk with our team to discuss the options we have available.

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Roof lanterns can be a stylish addition to almost any home, serving as an ideal choice of roof decoration for people who want more sky views and the same amount of thermal insulation.

When installed in the right place, an atlas roof lantern can make a dramatic difference in how a small space looks and feels.

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As professionals in the industry, we understand how to deliver the right roof lantern options for every one of our clients.

Our atlas roof lanterns are designed to the highest possible standard of quality, and we treat each project as a bespoke task.

Atlas Roof Lantern Prices

On average, the cost of an atlas lantern can vary between £900 to over £2,500.

The cost will depend on the scale of the project.

However, there are also a lot of other factors that can influence the overall cost of the work involved, some of which are directly tied to the kind of Atlas roof lanterns that you want.

If you are interested in getting an Atlas roof lantern installation for your home, then it’s important to consider various elements that can increase or decrease the cost, such as:

There can be a lot of elements that change the expected costs of Atlas lantern installation projects, so getting an accurate breakdown really helps.

Our team are able to provide in-depth price quotes based on our large pool of past projects, so get in touch today for some details on how much it might cost.

Benefits of Atlas Roof Lanterns

There are many benefits to deciding to install Atlas lanterns in your home, both in terms of aesthetics and practical value.

When placed correctly, Atlas roof lanterns can offer some major advantages over regular window options, such as:

In general, an Atlas lantern can make a room feel more open and bright by providing easier access to natural sunlight.

This can create a beautifully ambient environment that’s also warmer, easy to insulate, and perfect for any room that doesn’t already have a good level of overhead light.

While installing Atlas roof lanterns can seem like a big change, they also don’t usually alter much about the structural stability or general construction of the space.

This also means less maintenance than more extreme roof changes, as well as less roof reworking required overall.

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Atlas Lantern Roof Glass Options

There are many different ways to construct a roof lantern, but Atlas roof lanterns are some of the slimmest on the market.

This makes them a prime choice for adding some style and other benefits to a space without having to install anything heavy or bulky.

Overall, the main difference with any Atlas roof lanterns will be the Atlas roof glass itself. The glass you use can completely change how the roof lantern functions and feels.

Self Cleaning Glass

Self-cleaning technology allows certain types of roof lantern glass to clean itself, meaning less maintenance overall.

While not all self-cleaning technology is infallible, this can prevent your glass from getting cloudy or dirty over time.

This also enables an Atlas roof lantern to last a lot longer without needing to be repaired or washed, which can make it much easier to maintain the roof lantern itself over long periods.

Solar Control Glass

Solar control glass helps to limit the amount of heat entering the building, letting you combine heat reflection and thermal insulation through methods like double glazing or triple glazing.

This enables a more comfortable experience and prevents the roof lantern from heating up the space beneath it too much.

The right kind of intelligent glass reflects a large amount of the sun’s solar energy.

If you can combine heat reflection with the high amount of solar glare that good intelligent glass reflects, then you can massively reduce the amount of the sun’s solar energy that reaches the room, preventing overheating.

What is an Atlas Roof Lantern?

An Atlas roof lantern is a specific kind of roof lantern (an externally-fitted skylight in the ceiling of a room) that uses thin aluminium frames.

An Atlas lantern is designed to allow more sunlight in while still limiting solar glare, often boasting great thermal performance.

Different Atlas roof lantern designs are available, often using specific kinds of roof glass.

For example, one may use glass that resists the sun’s solar energy to prevent the room from getting unbearably hot or a thermal break in the mounted rafters (prevents cold from entering the room).

In general, an Atlas lantern is meant to create a beautifully ambient environment with good thermal performance.

As an extra piece of the roof proportionately correct to the rest, it is one of the premier roof systems offered by specialists like us.

Atlas Roof Installation Guide

An Atlas roof lantern is a complex installation that requires specialised frames and rafters.

To ensure that the work is done safely and correctly, make sure to turn to specialises like us for this kind of difficult Atlas lantern installation work.

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Colours Available

A roof lantern can come in many styles, with colours being one of the most obvious ways to add some flare. We offer a range of colour options, including (but not limited to):

Roof Lanterns Extensions

While it’s important to keep the roof proportionately correct and structurally stable, roof lantern additions are an extension to an existing room.

This means that a newly added lantern roof can boost thermal performance while also keeping the area from getting unbearably hot, saving on utility bills and adding extra comfort.

Technical Specification

All of our roof lantern options and other in-stock items meet the required British and European standards.

This includes the BS EN 12150 and BS EN 1279 (parts 2 and 3) technical accreditation standards.

While heating-related factors like U-value and W/m2K are difficult to measure, we try to keep all insulation elements within the best U-value and W/m2K ranges possible.

Atlas Roof Lantern Dimensions

The nature of Atlas roof lanterns means that there are multiple designs, all suitable for different scales and roof types.

If you need a bespoke or carefully chosen lantern roof extension that suits a specific set of dimensions, contact us to learn more about what we can do.


Why Choose an Atlas Roof Lantern for Your Home?

Atlas lanterns are a great roof extension for their aesthetic value, but they’re also very good for regulating heat in both summer and winter.

They can capture the summer sunlight while also using the winter sun to keep the room warm.

Beyond that, most Atlas roof lanterns are built with a solid ridge and rafter system that makes them very stable, and they can be insulated and given specialised glass to boost things like the W/m2K value of its temperature control uses.

Atlas or Korniche Roof Lantern?

Atlas roof lanterns are built for quality and style, using a great external extension shape along with reliable ridge pieces and rafters to create something attractive and sturdy.

However, when comparing Atlas and Korniche lantern options, it really depends on your own personal preference and aesthetic choices.

What are the Main Features of the Atlas Roof Lantern?

The main features of Atlas roof glass lanterns are their light, sturdy, and elegant structures.

One of the main visual differences with Atlas lanterns compared to other options is the reduced ridge and rafter option, with the smaller ridge and support system leading to much greater sight lines.

Not only does this improved ridge and rafter design let more light through during summer and other bright periods, but it also makes the lanterns more flexible as windows that can be customised with different glass types.

What is the U Value of an Atlas Roof Lantern?

The average U-value of one of Atlas lanterns is around 1.2 W/m2K.

They have a solar heat reflection level of just under 60%.


We can provide a huge range of different roof lantern options for our clients, each of which can be customised and installed as needed in almost any space.

If you want to know more about the roof extension options we can provide or just need a price quote for whichever lantern option you are interested in, then don’t hesitate to contact our team to learn more.

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Korniche Roof Lantern is a leading specialist manufacturer of roof lanterns that can increase natural light in the home year-round.

Due to the use of modern manufacturing techniques, Korniche roof lanterns are some of the best in the business and provide a range of benefits to your home.

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Each roof lantern is meticulously engineered to provide as much natural light as possible into the home while also ensuring beautiful aesthetics that can suit any property.

With many years of experience in the field of roof lanterns and extensions, Korniche can work to meet the requirements of all customers.

Roof lanterns can be developed for any kind of property, whether this is a traditional or contemporary setting, to offer more natural light and greater energy efficiency.

If you are interested in learning more about these lanterns, please get in touch.

Korniche Roof Lantern Prices

A Korniche roof lantern can cost between £500 – £5,000.

It is possible to get Korniche aluminium roof lanterns installed on any property and any roof type across the UK, but these specific requirements will contribute to the cost.

The total price for Korniche roof lanterns will vary based on the following:

To learn more about Korniche aluminium roof lanterns or to request a quote, please contact the team today.

Benefits of Korniche Roof Lanterns

There are many benefits to Korniche aluminium roof lanterns which can help improve your home and create a lasting difference to your property.

These benefits should be considered when deciding Korniche over competitors such as Atlas roof lanterns due to the fact they can perform better in most circumstances.

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If you are looking to improve your living space and want to welcome more natural daylight into the home, then you will want to consider Korniche for roof lanterns.

Working with this manufacturer can provide benefits such as:

Durability and Tighter Tolerances

Due to the Korniche aluminium roof lantern framing, this manufacturer can provide a secure lantern solution for any property.

The Korniche aluminium roof lantern has been meticulously engineered with cold bridging and sculpted bosses to ensure not only breath taking aesthetics but also greater accuracy and durability than other models due to the external aluminium profiles.

The Korniche aluminium roof lantern ensures greater thermal retention with external profiles and superb weather resistance, all the while offering a minimal structure that suits any kind of property.

All of this is provided through the seamless and simple installation, which requires no silicone sealant or trimming like others on the market.

More Glass for More Light

With such a minimal structure due to the external profiles, the Korniche aluminium roof lantern has more glass than its competitors.

This allows you to see more of the outside world from within your home, all the while being protected from the weather conditions.

The minimal structure of the Korniche aluminium roof lantern allows for more natural light in the home year-round, as well as being suitable for all kinds of properties.

This particular design element is a testament to Korniche’s ability of retaining traditional features of roof lanterns, such as the Victorian-inspired ridge sections and spas while offering modern manufacturing techniques and benefits.

If you are looking for roof lanterns that offer the most thermal efficiency and light, then look no further than the Korniche aluminium roof lantern range.

Strongest on the Market

A Korniche aluminium roof lantern is the stiffest roof lantern on the market, offering not only high-performance glazing but also solid sculpted bosses for lasting structures.

The Korniche aluminium roof lantern ridge sections are engineered to support industry-leading maximum glass sizes independently.

This means there is no need for additional rafters, which can ruin the aesthetics of your new roof lantern.

Instead, Korniche’s ability to develop such durable glazing bars and aluminium roof lantern framing works in retaining traditional features of the lanterns without compromising durability.

Reduce Heat Transfer with Internal and External Aluminium Profiles

The Korniche aluminium roof lantern is designed for complete thermal efficiency, which will reduce heat transfer in your living space to maintain comfortable temperatures in all seasons.

The Korniche aluminium roof lantern is specifically engineered where all the external profiles are separated from the internal ones through thermal breaks.

This will reduce heat transfer, making Korniche roof lanterns some of the best in the business in terms of energy efficiency as well as lighting in the home.

If you would like to experience the benefits of Korniche roof lanterns for yourself, please contact the team today to learn more.

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Korniche Roof Lantern Glass Options

Korniche roof lanterns are installed with high-performance glazing in several colour options.

Each of the colour options available can provide complete roof U values from 1.0w/m2K to 1.2w/m2K based on your specifications, ensuring your home will be comfortable all year round as well as reducing your need for artificial lighting in the living space.

For the highest glass U values, customers should stick with standard colours of clear, neutral and blue, as these have complete roof U values of 1.2w/m2K.

All of these options provided by Korniche are low maintenance as they are self-cleaning, so all you have to do is take care of the internal ones. To determine which is the best option for you, please contact the team today.

What is a Korniche Roof Lantern?

A Korniche Roof Lantern is a particular brand of roof light.

Korniche roof lanterns are some of the leading lighting options on the market today. This is the stiffest roof lantern in the UK, offering lasting durability and strength in all settings, all the while providing stunning aesthetics to any property.

These bespoke roof lanterns not only increase natural light in the home but also offer better energy efficiency due to their aluminium structure. To maintain the highest reduction of heat transfer, the external spokes are separated from the internal ones through thermal breaks, helping to reduce energy bills and keep your home warm all year long.

Korniche roof lanterns can be installed on any property, including those with flat roof extensions, due to the fact that they are engineered per customer requirements. They can suit any traditional or contemporary setting with their stunning traditional features and large panels.

Korniche Roof Lantern Installation

We provide industry-leading installation services for any type of Korniche roof lantern and work across the UK.

We pride ourselves on the high quality installations and products we provide.

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Colours Available

There are three stock RAL colours when choosing Korniche lantern roofs.

Korniche Roof Lantern can also offer dual-colour and bespoke RAL and BS colours, such as anthracite grey, depending on your needs and requirements. Please contact the team today to learn more.

Configuration Options

Korniche roof lanterns can be tailored to suit the specific needs of clients, as there are many configuration options available.

This ensures they can suit any type of roof, including flat roof extensions, as well as the aesthetics of all properties.

With variations in terms of sizing up to 6m x 4m, colours including anthracite grey framing and the largest panels in the industry, there is certainly something for everyone with these lanterns.

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What are Korniche Lanterns Made From?

Korniche Lanterns are engineered using the finest aluminium for strength, aesthetics and minimal design.

Can I Have my Korniche Lantern in a Bespoke Design or Custom Size?

Clients can have their roof lantern designed and made to measure up to 6m x 4m.

What is the Thermal Efficiency of the Korniche Lantern?

Korniche lanterns are highly efficient.

This is due to the cold bridging between the external and internal profiles.

What is the U Value of a Korniche Roof Lantern?

The glass U value of Korniche lanterns is 1.0w/m2K to 1.2w/m2K based on customisations.

What Does U Value Mean?

The U Value is the measurement of the insulating capacity of the glass used in these lanterns.


Korniche is one of the leading manufacturers of lanterns in the UK, and they create bespoke windows for all kinds of properties.

Made with the finest aluminium profile and cold bridging for high thermal retention, these lanterns can reduce your energy output while being a stunning addition to the home.

The minimal structure of these lanterns allows for more natural lighting within the home, creating a beautiful atmosphere no matter the weather.

These lanterns are completely bespoke to suit your requirements. Contact the team today for a quote.

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