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Corner and Sliding Window in Groenland Residence | Orama Minimal Frames
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Corner and Sliding Window in Groenland Residence | Orama Minimal Frames

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  • Use

    Exterior window
  • Applications

    Residential
  • Characteristics

    Minimum visual impact, hand-made parts, invisible drainage, adjustable base, smooth sliding, thermally broken, sound broken, safety, quick assembly
  • Sizes

    Max. leaf height: up to 6,5m | Max. leaf width: up to 3 m | Glass thickness: 30 - 54mm | Max. leaf weight: up to 1000 kg

More about this product

Groenland is a spacious and modern private home located in The Netherlands town of Heiloo. The house is characterized by bright minimal finishes, a large pitched roof, and various exterior spaces. Throughout the kitchen and living areas, extensive glazing creates an open feeling with natural light, air, and access to the outdoors.

Glazing System - Orama Minimal Frames

The Omicron system by Orama Minimal Frames is used to create an open corner and large glass partitions. The sliding panels allow for a completely open corner free of visual obstructions. Thus, the kitchen and living room receive generous natural light and outdoor air.

The ONE and series with Omicron double glazing can be used to create floor-to-ceiling openings. Orama Minimal Frames offers a variety of colors and optional accessories, including an insect screen, motorized panels, and posts.

Project Details

Location Heiloo, The Netherlands
Year 2016
Architect Prast & Hooft
Product Used Omicron Open Corner Glazing

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