OpenAir roof sliding window in Munich (Object 1020). Why not put the kitchen under the sloping ceiling? An open room concept offers enough space for comfortable cooking. Thanks to large windows, a lot of light falls into the room and the moisture generated during cooking can be quickly and easily ventilated.
Roof sliding windows

Air and light for the attic floor

Dark attic dungeons were yesterday. Architects and building owners have long since recognised how large windows can be used to conjure up light-flooded oases of well-being from

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Panorama roof window in Heusenstamm (Object 984). The AL panorama window is available with two and four sashes. In the large variant, the two middle glass elements are pushed under the outer, fixed wings.
Roof sliding windows

Exceptional Panoramic glazing

Sliding roof windows up to twelve metres wide create a spectacular atmosphere and bring a lot of daylight into the attic. Innovative shading options protect against summer

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3-part OpenAir roof sliding windowin Würzburg (Object 925). The open OpenAir roof window allows free access to the roof terrace.
Roof sliding windows

OpenAir under the roof

Large roof windows allow plenty of light into the interior and provide a great view. In addition, the top floor can be extended to the outside. Roof

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