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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 spaces are predestined to create a bright, friendly living atmosphere. Due to the pitch of the roof, at least twice as much sunlight can enter the living area – provided that the windows have the same surface area – as with facade windows of the same size.
Installed at floor level, roof windows allow almost barrier-free access to a roof terrace. This extraordinary combination of interior and terrace provides particularly exclusive living comfort.
3-part OpenAir sliding roof window in Würzburg (Object 925). The open OpenAir roof window allows free access to the roof terrace.
3-part OpenAir sliding roof window in Würzburg (Object 925)
The incident light creates a pleasant feel-good ambience and an improved quality of life. In addition, rooms flooded with light appear larger and more spacious. Depending on the number of sliding leaves, the Panorama and OpenAir models let daylight and fresh air in maximum doses into the attic. With an area of up to 48 m², they also offer an impressive view of the sky.
A lot of sunlight gets under the slope through large roof windows. They are available in different versions and can be arranged in many different ways. The size of the glass surface should correspond to the individual requirements for living comfort.
4-part OpenAir sliding roof window in Saarbrücken (object 94). The 4-part OpenAir sliding roof window (350 cm x 450 cm) opens the view of the rural surroundings near Saarbrücken.
4-part OpenAir sliding roof window in Saarbrücken (object 949)

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2-part OpenAir roof sliding window in Potsdam (object 1127). OpenAir sliding roof windows - 350 cm wide and 680 cm high - were integrated on both sides of the saddle roof, flooding the attic with light.

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Rooflight in Bonn (Object 1167). The light roof, the glass facades and the roof windows provide for light flooding in the historic building.

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OpenAir roof sliding window in Regensburg (object 1100). A bathroom can be realized excellently under sloping roof surfaces. Attractive furnishing concepts and generous window areas make inviting wellness landscapes possible.

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