Facades

Mullion and transom facade, unitized facade, frameless all glass facade (structural glazing), design façade

Facades made by VITRALUX are more than an outer skin. They give the building its character and serve highly practical purposes like optimum thermal and sound insulation. For unitized facade, glazed curtain wall, window façade or window wall, for public buildings and commercial properties, for new buildings and refurbishments – VITRALUX facade systems are an expression of a high professional standard and design personality.

Mullion-transom/curtain wall system

This facade system is designed for large facades. The design of mullion-transom facade gives a maximum water and air tightness and static load capacity with low visible width of profiles. The wide spectrum of insertion elements such as doors or windows can be used in this facade system.
High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Element facade or unitized facade

Element façades are composed out of individual pre-fabricated elements. This results in a fast and economic installation with limited use of resources in manpower and tooling compared to traditional curtain walls. This construction principle is extremely suitable for high rise constructions, allowing for the necessary tolerances with regard to the building movement, and giving the opportunity to finish the building construction floor by floor allowing for parallel construction inside the building.
High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Structural glazing façade (SG façade)

Structural glazing systems, in their simplest form, are types of curtain wall systems consisting of glass that is bonded or anchored back to a structure without the use of continuously gasketed aluminum pressure plates or caps. Therefore, the profiles are visible only on the inside of the building, whereas on the outside it appears as a continuous front of glass.  High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Ventilated facade

A ventilated facade is a protective or decorative surface applied as an external layer to the vertical perimeter walls of buildings. It is anchored to the walls of the building. 
A ventilation gap is thus created between the two surfaces; the air in the chamber is moved by convection generating a micro-ventilation effect which allows the walls of the building to breathe. 
The ventilated facade is often used to mask the less aesthetic elements of various systems on the outside of the building.

Window wall

Window wall are continuous facades made of window elements. Curtain walls are installed in front of the slab, whereas window walls span the slab heights and are installed between the slabs. The height of the elements are limited to 3m. High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Doors and windows, sliding doors

Windows, sliding doors, automatic sliding doors, front doors, automatic sliding doors for swimming pools

Slim lines, good looks, strong and secure. VITRALUX aluminum windows and doors combine innovative design with maximum strength and excellent sound and thermal insulation. For this reasons VITRALUX windows and doors are suited very well for the construction of a certificate “KLIMAHOUSE”.

Mullion-transom/curtain wall system

This facade system is designed for large facades. The design of mullion-transom facade gives a maximum water and air tightness and static load capacity with low visible width of profiles. The wide spectrum of insertion elements such as doors or windows can be used in this facade system.
High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Element facade or unitized facade

Element façades are composed out of individual pre-fabricated elements. This results in a fast and economic installation with limited use of resources in manpower and tooling compared to traditional curtain walls. This construction principle is extremely suitable for high rise constructions, allowing for the necessary tolerances with regard to the building movement, and giving the opportunity to finish the building construction floor by floor allowing for parallel construction inside the building.
High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Structural glazing façade (SG façade)

Structural glazing systems, in their simplest form, are types of curtain wall systems consisting of glass that is bonded or anchored back to a structure without the use of continuously gasketed aluminum pressure plates or caps. Therefore, the profiles are visible only on the inside of the building, whereas on the outside it appears as a continuous front of glass.  High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Ventilated facade

A ventilated facade is a protective or decorative surface applied as an external layer to the vertical perimeter walls of buildings. It is anchored to the walls of the building. 
A ventilation gap is thus created between the two surfaces; the air in the chamber is moved by convection generating a micro-ventilation effect which allows the walls of the building to breathe. 
The ventilated facade is often used to mask the less aesthetic elements of various systems on the outside of the building.

Window wall

Window wall are continuous facades made of window elements. Curtain walls are installed in front of the slab, whereas window walls span the slab heights and are installed between the slabs. The height of the elements are limited to 3m. High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Glass & metal

Wintergarden, glass roofs, wine cabinets & show cases, panes of glass & balustrades

VITRALUX constructions of glass and metal. Open spaces after individual measure and at the highest technical level.

Mullion-transom/curtain wall system

This facade system is designed for large facades. The design of mullion-transom facade gives a maximum water and air tightness and static load capacity with low visible width of profiles. The wide spectrum of insertion elements such as doors or windows can be used in this facade system.
High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Element facade or unitized facade

Element façades are composed out of individual pre-fabricated elements. This results in a fast and economic installation with limited use of resources in manpower and tooling compared to traditional curtain walls. This construction principle is extremely suitable for high rise constructions, allowing for the necessary tolerances with regard to the building movement, and giving the opportunity to finish the building construction floor by floor allowing for parallel construction inside the building.
High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Structural glazing façade (SG façade)

Structural glazing systems, in their simplest form, are types of curtain wall systems consisting of glass that is bonded or anchored back to a structure without the use of continuously gasketed aluminum pressure plates or caps. Therefore, the profiles are visible only on the inside of the building, whereas on the outside it appears as a continuous front of glass.  High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Ventilated facade

A ventilated facade is a protective or decorative surface applied as an external layer to the vertical perimeter walls of buildings. It is anchored to the walls of the building. 
A ventilation gap is thus created between the two surfaces; the air in the chamber is moved by convection generating a micro-ventilation effect which allows the walls of the building to breathe. 
The ventilated facade is often used to mask the less aesthetic elements of various systems on the outside of the building.

Window wall

Window wall are continuous facades made of window elements. Curtain walls are installed in front of the slab, whereas window walls span the slab heights and are installed between the slabs. The height of the elements are limited to 3m. High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Facades made by VITRALUX are more than an outer skin. They give the building its character and serve highly practical purposes like optimum thermal and sound insulation. For unitized facade, glazed curtain wall, window façade or window wall, for public buildings and commercial properties, for new buildings and refurbishments – VITRALUX facade systems are an expression of a high professional standard and design personality.

Mullion-transom/curtain wall system

This facade system is designed for large facades. The design of mullion-transom facade gives a maximum water and air tightness and static load capacity with low visible width of profiles. The wide spectrum of insertion elements such as doors or windows can be used in this facade system.
High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Element facade or unitized facade

Element façades are composed out of individual pre-fabricated elements. This results in a fast and economic installation with limited use of resources in manpower and tooling compared to traditional curtain walls. This construction principle is extremely suitable for high rise constructions, allowing for the necessary tolerances with regard to the building movement, and giving the opportunity to finish the building construction floor by floor allowing for parallel construction inside the building.
High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Structural glazing façade (SG façade)

Structural glazing systems, in their simplest form, are types of curtain wall systems consisting of glass that is bonded or anchored back to a structure without the use of continuously gasketed aluminum pressure plates or caps. Therefore, the profiles are visible only on the inside of the building, whereas on the outside it appears as a continuous front of glass.  High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.

Ventilated facade

A ventilated facade is a protective or decorative surface applied as an external layer to the vertical perimeter walls of buildings. It is anchored to the walls of the building. 
A ventilation gap is thus created between the two surfaces; the air in the chamber is moved by convection generating a micro-ventilation effect which allows the walls of the building to breathe. 
The ventilated facade is often used to mask the less aesthetic elements of various systems on the outside of the building.

Window wall

Window wall are continuous facades made of window elements. Curtain walls are installed in front of the slab, whereas window walls span the slab heights and are installed between the slabs. The height of the elements are limited to 3m. High insulate aluminum profiles, isolators and triple glazing guarantee a high insulation value up to “passive house level“.