Window systems are all about bridging the gap between the indoor and outdoor spaces while regulating aspects like light and sound.
Windows add a phenomenal value in terms of functionality in a space. A diverse range of beautifully crafted windows and window systems are now available for residential and commercial spaces.
Windows and doors are important components of any building’s aesthetics, architecture, and energy efficiency, whether it’s institutional, commercial, or residential. They improve the building’s overall appearance while also giving a physical and visual connection to the outdoors.
Window systems are inching towards being self-sufficient. With many universities and companies researching on windows being more efficient, in terms of multi-purpose usage, larger sections than available with non-obstructive members, security shields for such large sections and windows that can give back to the environment.
The slim profile floor-to-ceiling sliding doors, window walls of all shapes and sizes, open corner sliding glass doors, glazed window panes that offer immense insulation from heat, cold and wind, are the latest trends.
Read the full story that first appeared in Architects & Interiors March 2022 issue here: