Characteristic of the 20th century modern movement were its efforts to reconcile the principles underlying architectural design with rapid technological advancement and the modernization of society.

Pioneer architects and engineers that have formed and developed modernism’s movement included Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, Arne Jacobsen and Oscar Niemeyer.

“Holy Book” of modernism is considered to be “Les 5 Points d' une architecture nouvelle” (The 5 Points of New Architecture), which Le Corbusier finally formulated in 1926 and included:

 1. The pilotis, elevating the mass off the ground

 2. The free plan, achieved through the separation of the load-bearing columns from the walls subdividing the space

 3. The free facade, the corollary of the free plan in the vertical plane

 4. The long horizontal sliding window

 5. The roof garden, restoring - supposedly - the area of ground covered by the house

We have worked on evolving and implementing the fourth principle of Le Corbusier, the long horizontal sliding window. This effort of ours delivered SLIMLINE FRAME with 95% of the structure being glass thus contributing to Window’s Minimalism!

Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.


• Mullions 20mm (in fascia)

 Maximum weight per leaf = 500kg

 Availability for fully concealed frames (ceiling, floor and walls)

 Structurally bonded sliding glass panels

 Glass thickness from 30mm - 60 mm

 Four points locking system

 Option for lock with key

 Thermal Transmittance (depending on glass type)
  (EN 10077-1:2001 & EN 10077-2:2003):
Uw= from 0.8 to 1.70 (W/m²K)

 Air permeability
  (EN 12207:2000):
Class 4

 Water tightness
  (EN 12208:2000):
Class 7A

 Wind resistance
  (EN 12210:2000):
Class C5


• Horizontal sliding (Options from monorail to multiple rails)

 Pocket sliding wall

  Flush to floor door threshold option

 Invisible door threshold option

  Free standing 90° moving corner

 Vertical sliding option (guillotine)

 Pivot opening

Antoine de Saint-Exupery

French writer (1900 - 1944)