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Architect Christina Markham, Studio Inernationale

Photographer Katherine Lu

Partner Vitrocsa Australia

The entire rear wall of the property is 6.7 high by 7.2 m wide. The upper section of the doors is motorised to create a covered passage, while the sliding doors at ground level create a seamless link to the garden.


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Architect DMVA Architect

Photographer Liesbet Goetschalckx

Partner Vorsselman

Motorised guillotine with five panes, including two independent sliding panes (double invisible lateral counterweight system).

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Architect Peter Christoff

Partner Vitrocsa Australia

The motorised guillotine window comprises three 7.3 m high elements.

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Architect Hardel+Lebihan

Photographer François Maréchal

Partner Vitrocsa France

Complete façade in TH+ Vitrocsa guillotine, comprising three elements 3.4 m wide by 7 m high.

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Architect Populos Architects

Photographer MCC

Partner Vitrocsa UK

The defining feature of the guillotine system is the trapezoidal upper glass pane. The opening configuration allows occupants to enjoy the full beauty of the environment.

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Guillotine Window in France | Vitrocsa

Architect ITAR Architects

Photographer Philippe Dagau

Partner Vitrocsa France

The guillotine window comprises two 3 m wide elements with no counterweights. The two glass panes counter-balance one another so that thee panels are centrally positioned when open.

Guillotine Window in France | Vitrocsa

Minimal Guillotine Landscape by Vitrocsa

Architect Paul+O Architects

Photographer Fernando Guerra

Partner Vitrocsa Minimal UK

Complete extension façade with guillotine windows, 6.4 m x 4 m.


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Architect RAA (Raed Abillama Architects), Liban

Photographer Patrice Schreyer

Partner Glassline Industries

The main façade is a motorised sliding door 6 m high by 8 m wide, with invisible 5-track rails. The guillotine window is 10 m high by 3 m wide in total. The towers are 133 and 82 metres high respectively. The penthouse is located on the 17th floor of tower 20. All of the windows in towers 20 and 30 are from the TH+ range


Guillotine Window in Australia | Vitrocsa

Architect Welsh+Major

Photographer Katherine Lu

Partner Vitrocsa Australia

Example of three aligned guillotines with fixed lower panes serving as a guard rail. The building is situated at the heart of the Rocks district.

Guillotine Window in Australia | Vitrocsa

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