Glazed wooden facades allows us to implement the most complex ideas of customers and architects, since a glazed facade has much greater load-bearing capacity than window and door systems, as well as the supporting frame holds less light (width of struts starting from 50 mm) and looks visually lighter.
Use of various glass-processing technologies makes it possible to create glass solutions, glass facades of different sizes and structures. They are used for facade finishing, creating winter gardens, construction of glazed roofs and various interior solutions. Glazed wooden facades are successfully used in public, commercial or individual buildings.
In glazed wooden facades, the frame of the glazed structure is based on the load-bearing beam of the wooden facade. Beams of the wooden facade are produced using materials of various wood species (pine, oak, larch, etc.). Glued beam structures of wooden facades are safe and resistant to load.
Glazed wooden facades combine the elegance of glass and aesthetics of wood. The use of environmentally friendly wood creates a warm and cosy interior, while the use of glass on the outside guarantees longevity and aesthetic pleasure.
Glazed wooden facades are divided as follows:
Glazed wooden facades are very popular, as one of the trends of modern architecture is putting emphasis on openness, spaciousness and abolition of borders, which allows exposing space on all sides. Glass can also be used in various non-standard structures where standardized solutions are not available.
WOOD / ALUMINIUM / GLASS - Such combination of materials provides the architect and customer with unlimited possibilities for generation of new ideas.
The most complex projects can be implemented through collaboration of architects, civil engineers and manufacturers of glass structures.