We have on the ground floor
2 x floor depth 1.86 m (bedroom, living room)
1 x floor depth 4 m (2m+2m fixed) (living room)
2 x floor depth 1 m (living room, HWR)
1 x 3m lift-slide door (dining area)
1 x 94 parapet 1,86 m with fixed parts for sink (kitchen)
1 x 94 parapet 1 m (kitchen)
1 x 100 cm parapet 0.75 m (WC)
1 x front door with side part 1,86 (hall)
We have on the upper floor
4 x 40 sill 1,86 m with fixed parts at the bottom (children's room, office, guest)
2 x skylight (bathroom, HWR OG)
2 x parapet 0.75 in the cold roof
All 1.86 widths are double-leaf.
We are very pleased with the 40 sill heights in the upstairs – airier than normal sill heights, but more private than floor-to-ceiling (sounds silly, but hard to describe)
The 4 m in the living room makes the room very bright. 3 m lift-slide door is very practical as it can stand open without interfering (no idea if you will use this in practice later) – these are my impressions.