Glass façades


Curtain wall façade systems with mullion and transom designs find a wide variety of use from simple walls to spatial and envelope façades. The 50 mm wide face can also be done in a camouflage design, including curtain options that provide space for creativity when designing the grid for the façade.

  • Thermal transmission of the frame Uf of 0.7 W/m2K
  • System solutions for complex details
  • Glazing range of 24-64 mm
  • Compatible with door and window sliding systems


A coherent glass surface without any protruding elements is structurally possible. The glazing plane is maintained thanks to bonded joints. The system is based on a curtain wall structure. This provides great variability and combinations with other systems.

  • Glazing thickness up to 64 mm
  • Width of bonded joints 20 mm
  • Thermal transmission of the frame Uf of 1.1 W/m2K
  • Uniform and prestigious appearance


For aesthetic or structural purposes, some buildings may require the glazed façade to be supported by a wooden or steel structure. In this case, support systems replace the standard curtain wall design.

  • Specially profiled seals for better insulating properties
  • Face width of 50 mm
  • Thermal transmission of the frame Uf of 0.7 W/m2K
  • Glazing range of 5-40 mm


Anchoring glass panels using spider fittings mounted to the base support structure is a popular option, for example, for glazing elevator walls, transit stops, annexes to historical buildings or for improving the acoustic properties of double encasement.

  • Spider fittings can be countersunk into the glass plane
  • Maximally transparent solution
  • Uniform glass surface
  • Simple and insulating glass