Why Architectural Windows
Designed to enhance the aesthetics of a building's architecture.

They can be made in a variety of shapes, sizes, and designs, and are typically used in commercial buildings, high-end residential homes, and other buildings where style and design are a priority.

Architectural windows can be designed to complement the building’s design, shape and style. They can create a unique look and enhance the building’s curb appeal, which can be especially important for commercial buildings. Also perfect for renovating classic buildings of past centuries. Unique style with energy efficiency.

 Architectural windows are often larger than standard windows and can allow more natural light to enter a building. This can help reduce the need for artificial lighting and can create a more comfortable and cosy environment.

Architectural windows are made with high energy-efficient glass and frames off aluminium, steel or combination off wood-aluminium, which can help reduce energy costs and improve the building’s overall performance in every climate. They can also help to reduce the amount of noise that enters the building, thanks to their sound-proof capabilities.

Adding architectural windows to a building can increase its value and make it more appealing to potential buyers or tenants. This can be especially important for high-end residential properties or commercial buildings that rely on their appearance to attract customers.

designed to be an integral part of the building's architectural style

The performance

Balancing the desired aesthetics with the building’s functional requirements and performance, create a successful design. They provide superior performance in areas such as energy efficiency, sound reduction, or security. They may be double- or triple-glazed, feature low-emissivity coatings, or use insulating materials to provide enhanced insulation. Factors such as the type of glazing, the U-factor, and the SHGC (solar heat gain coefficient) should be considered when selecting windows.

Add interest and character to a building

The style of the building will influence the style of the windows. Modern buildings require minimalist, unobtrusive windows, while traditional buildings need more ornate or decorative windows. Architectural windows can be much larger or smaller than standard windows. They may be used to create dramatic visual effects, such as a wall of windows or a large window with a panoramic view.