Atlas | Contemporary Roof Lantern

Please ensure all measurements supplied are in mm and  external. i.e. measured from the outside edge of the existing upstand 

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Atlas Made to measure Contemporary Roof Lantern

RoofDepot are proud to be official suppliers of a full range of Atlas roof lanterns. All contemporary Atlas Lanterns are made to measure to your exact sizes. 

More sky. Less roof

Whether you're inside looking up, or outside looking enviously in, an Atlas roof puts any property in a class of its own. Step under an Atlas roof and prepare to be amazed. Glazed units simply seem to float in the sky. The clean, sharp lines with minimum intrusion are possible thanks to the super slim 40mm rafter box profile. Unless its a Victorian style, theres even no need for a boss or hood.

Visible Internal Elegance

The slimline thermally broken aluminium rafter sections have a sleek appearance that brings a stylish ambience and is pleasing to the eye, while maximising the use of light and space within your home.


  • 60% slimmer internal ridge than alternatives
  • 38% slimmer internal hip than alternatives
  • Over 50% lower external bulk


  • Tested to wind pressure of up to 1.32 KNm-2
  • Structural ringbeam supplied with Atlas lantern roof kits doesn't rely on the structural stability of the builders kerb on site
  • Pressure plated system for extra security


  • No need for excess silicone at the connections to keep water out
  • Ensures a fast high quality installation


  • Thermal break in ridge and rafters prevents cold getting to the inside of the rafter.
  • Industry leading ridge and rafter U Values
  • Best U Value available for double glazing of upto 0.9 w/m2k


  • Roof proportionately correct with ridge and hips all 40mm

Please note all bespoke products are manufactured to customers specified sizes and therefore will be excluded from our standard returns policy

An Overview



Stock Type

Made to Measure

Frame Material


Frame Colour

White, Black, Grey

Thermally Broken Frame


Overall U-Value


Brand Name


Skylight Type


Skylight Style


Kerb Options

No Kerb

Trickle Vents

No Vent Options

Glazing Material


Glazing Tint

Clear, Blue, Neutral

Glass Thickess


Glass U-Value



10 yrs

Questions & Answers (12)

What is the largest size an Atlas Lantern can be made to?

The Atlas Contemporary roof lantern can be manufactured to a maximum of 1500mm x 3000mm

Traditional roof lanterns can be manufactured to sizes of up to 2500mm x 4000mm 

Larger size lanterns may be available on request. Please call 02476707700  for further advice. 

How do I Install my Atlas Lantern?

All Atlas Lanterns are supplied flat pack for ease of handling  However they are easy to assemble and install. Please click here for a full installation guide

How do I Measure and choose the correct size Atlas Lantern?

Atlas lantern measure guide

Measuring to pre-built timber upstand 

The Korniche Roof Lantern is custom made to your exact sizes. We work from external measurements and recommend a minimum 70mm wide upstand is used. 
To calculate your required size, measure the length and width from the outside edge of your timber upstand. as demonstrated in the image.

If you have a roof opening but Upstands are not built yet.

measure the length and width of your roof opening and add 140mm to both dimensions to allow for your upstands. This will give you the external dimension of your roof light.

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Does the Atlas Roof lights comply with building regs?

Yes, All Atlas skylights are fully Compliant to Part L Building regulations

What is Low-e Solar Glass?

Low e-solar glass has a special coating which reflects heat back to the source. This means your room will stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer

Do I really need Triple Glazing?

On Paper Triple Glazed roof lights are the ideal choice for modern homes and can offer u-values as low as 0.6 W/m²K. However, opinion is divided on whether triple glazing has any real thermal impact in the home. Quite often they do very little to reduce your utility bills and the initial costs far outweigh any savings.

What is a Thermal Break?

A thermal break is a layer of low conductive material placed in the Aluminium frame of a skylight. This stop the internal side of the frame becoming cold and in turn eliminates condensation occurring internally on the frame.

Can Atlas Rooflights be made to a bespoke size?

Yes, The Atlas Skylight range can be custom made to your required sizes

Will a Lantern Roof Light be difficult to handle and get up onto my roof?

For ease of handling all of our Lantern Roof Lights are delivered in kit form and leave the factory with all components checked and quality controlled. Your builder or installer will have a comprehensive installation guide with all dedicated parts required for a speedy installation.

What Frame colour options are there for Atlas skylights?

Atlas Roof lights can be manufactured to any ral colour. However there are three standard colours which are available at no extra cost. You can also specify different colours internally and externally.

Anthracite Grey (7016),

Batt Black (9005),

Satin White (9010)

What Glass tint options are there for Atlas Skylights?

Atlas roof lights are available in either Standard clear or a choice of two Low-e Self-cleaning glass options. Neutral and Active Blue. All are manufactured to a  thickness of 28mm(6-16-6) with toughened glass and a u-value of 1.0 W/m2K. 

What is a U-value?

Thermal transmittance, also known as U-value, is a measure of heat loss through the structure. It is measured in W/m2K. The lower the value, the better the insulation.

The UK Building Regulations require a maximum of 2.2 W/m2K in existing dwellings and an average of 1.2 - 1.7 W/m2K for new dwellings on rooflights.

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