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Sliding Window in Claeys Residence | Orama Minimal Frames
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Sliding Window in Claeys 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

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Claeys is a private home in Belgium designed by architecture firm Arnould Hulpia that emphasizes open spaces and a connection with nature. The house has a modern aesthetic, a backyard with a pond, and a range of plants. To integrate the building with its surroundings, large openings are fitted with sliding glass windows created by Orama Minimal Frames.

Sliding Glass Window | Orama Minimal Frames

Glazing System - Orama Minimal Frames

In Claeys, the Omicron glass window system is used in one of the living areas, providing natural light, ventilation, and access to the backyard. The sliding glass panels are specified with face-to-face locks and an adjustable drainage base. The high windows and aluminum frame allow for uninterrupted views of the outdoors.

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 Gent, Belgium
Year 2017
Architect Arnould Hulpia
Product Used Omicron Sliding Glass Windows

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