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Article in Materials and Sources™

Our patented Vitrocsa Invisible Wall System recently passed all tests for Dade County Hurricane Impact in the US and is recommended by Pat Anthony, editor of the blog Materials and Sources

Peter Christoff - VIC

This residential property in Southern Victoria boasts 3x Guillotine doors. The two largest doors are enormous at over 7m high. The actual measurements are 7.3H x 4.9W and the other is 7.3H x 2.7W,

Palm Jumeirah - United Arab Emirates

Our partner Glassline recently installed an impressive 6 meters high glass in the United Arab Emirates.

Courchevel

Blossom Hill is a beautiful 568sqm chalet equipped for 10 adults and 4 children in Courchevel Le Praz (1300), France.

Welsh + Major - The Rocks

This 19th century Police Station located in The Rocks, Sydney Australia was recently renovated. Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority engaged Welsh + Major Architects to oversee the renovation of the building to be used as a restaurant or cafe.

Studio Internationale - Randwick

Double Height sliding doors open up the rear of this Randwick property to northern light and breeze.

Volpatohatz - Longueville

One of the first Sliding Glass Doors manufactured and installed in Australia.

Vevey, Suisse

One of the first Sliding Glass Doors manufactured and installed in Switzerland.

Paris, France

Huge pivot window at the center of Paris

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Products

Vitrocsa TH+

The Vitrocsa TH+ range allows for sliding window surfaces of up to 18 m² with 32 or 44 mm double or triple glazing...

Vitrocsa TH+

Vitrocsa V32

We have launched a new V32 range with thermal reinforcement and a glass fibre profile

Vitrocsa V32

Vitrocsa 3001

The Vitrocsa 3001 range allows for sliding window surfaces of up to 6 m² with 26 mm double glazing.

Vitrocsa 3001

Vitrocsa Swimms

Our new Swimms Mono range will enable all window types and thicknesses to be catered for : 10-12mm or 16-20mm

Vitrocsa Swimms

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