This minimalist window system from panoramah!® consists of a sophisticated sliding aluminium casement that explores the structural properties of glass, enabling the execution of large glazed areas with the use of vertical, minimal (slender) aluminium profiles, resulting in great elegance. Unlike traditional casement systems, glass is panoramah!®’s self-supporting, main component, while the aluminium frame takes on the secondary functions of guiding its sliding motion, providing additional structural reinforcement and ensuring the window’s sealing capacity.
Minimal Frame Window ah!UM ULTRA MINIMALIST
panoramah!® Ultra-Minimalist is based on the revolutionary vacuum insulating glass. This technology allows for 12mm total thickness glass to achieve triple glazing performance and by reducing glass thickness the overall aluminium structure of the window diminishes proportionally, resulting in an extremely slim and minimal system. Also, by using vacuum insulating glass, the vertical sightlines are reduced to an astonishing 15mm, even less than the initial systems based on standard double insulating glass. The system can achieve pane surfaces up to approximately 4m² and allows for the introduction of a wide range of accessories.
Opening solutions: sliding
The window frame is built by means of a structural link between anodized aluminum and reinforced polyamides, avoiding thermal bridging in all components
Excellent thermal (up to 0.8 W/m².K) and acoustic performance (up to 37 dB)
Robust, 1mtr long bearing profiles, very easily maintained or replaced, support loads of up to 1.800 kg/ml, can support an unlimited number of panes made out of up to 60mm double or triple glazed units, vaccum glazed units, which can even be motorized.