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Architect Anderman Architects

Photographer Amit Geron

Partner Wintec

This striking architectural concept was developed by Anderman Architects, who chose a countryside setting for the home to create a harmonious blend of interior and exterior spaces. The exterior comprises a unique combination of perfectly symmetrical forms, with beautifully clean lines and passages that shimmer like a light-filled tunnel. The large Vitrocsa windows at the end of these “tubes” open directly onto the garden.

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Architect Zvonimir Franic

Photographer Martin Kreuzer

Partner Centrolux

The sliding windows in this villa overlooking the Adriatic sea offer a breathtaking view of this sweeping vista. The optional invisible frame, which eliminates the architectural barrier between the interior and exterior, further strengthens the sense of oneness with nature.

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Sliding Minimalist Window | Vitrocsa project in Piaget VIP Room

Architect Pierre Studer

Photographer Patrice Schreyer

Partner Villedieu Agencements EURL

The centre circle has a radius of 3.8 m and is made up of eight sliding leaves, while the other two circles each have three sliding leaves and a radius of 2.7 m. The height of these assemblies is 3.2 m. The main challenge was to meet the client’s sound insulation requirements. The three circles can be used to create three separate VIP spaces or a single large space.

 

The curved application supports a radius of 3 metres for mobile elements and 1.5 metres for fixed.

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Architect Volpatohatz

Partner Vitrocsa Australia

The first project undertaken by our partner, Vitrocsa Australia. The vast dimensions (11 m wide by 2.7 m high) offer a magnificent view of the Longueville bay.

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Architect Rémi Tessier

Photographer Didier Jordan

The incredible view from this house over Lake Annecy provided the perfect spot in which to install the first TH+ invisible frame sliding window.

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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 Found Associates architect

Partner  Vitrocsa Minimal

This house features four large glass panes that slide one behind the other to create the largest possible open space (4 rails). This project represents a successful marriage of traditional and modern.

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Architect Pitsou Kedem Architects

Photographer Amit Geron

Partner Wintec

Pivoting door perfectly integrated in the fixed system.

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Architect Bet Capdeferro & Ramón Bosch

Photographer José Hevia

Partner E. Plantalech

Casa Bastida was built in several stages, starting in the 1950s, in the stunning setting of the Sa Riera cove in Begur, Girona. The 3001 type windows integrate seamlessly into the environment, accentuating the opening onto the terraces.

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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.

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