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Layered house

The layered effect of the house is achieved due to a continuous transition from glass to concrete. Rough concrete walls are framed with so-called narrow panoramic window, which emphasize an unusual architectural solution. Huber Fenster AG delivered sharp panoramic sliding windows and doors in wood and metal (painted spruce), as well as four exterior doors. All windows have enhanced sound insulation and triple glazing, and the weight of lifting and sliding doors reaches up to 400 kg. As a security system, magnetic contacts were installed to control the opening of the door.

Photo: Roger Frei, Zürich

Project
Pfaffikon
Completion
2013-2017
Architect
wild bär heule architekten ag
Product
Panoramic sliding doors MIDI, External doors
Material
Wood-metal windows, painted spruce
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Layered house

The layered effect of the house is achieved due to a continuous transition from glass to concrete. Rough concrete walls are framed with so-called narrow panoramic window, which emphasize an unusual architectural solution. Huber Fenster AG delivered sharp panoramic sliding windows and doors in wood and metal (painted spruce), as well as four exterior doors. All windows have enhanced sound insulation and triple glazing, and the weight of lifting and sliding doors reaches up to 400 kg. As a security system, magnetic contacts were installed to control the opening of the door.

Photo: Roger Frei, Zürich

Project
Pfaffikon
Completion
2013-2017
Architect
wild bär heule architekten ag
Product
Panoramic sliding doors MIDI, External doors
Material
Wood-metal windows, painted spruce