Vitrocsa's floor-to-ceiling glazing system offers itself as an architectural solution to space limitations. Composed out of glass panels with a surface area of six square meters and a weight of 250 kilograms, each component has the ability to slide independently. The design is created so it can be "opened from any side, even across a corner." This gives the glazing system a certain modularity that allows residents to effortlessly move from inside to outside. What is more, the Turntable Corner allows for breathtaking views and natural light optimization.
With barely visible 15 millimeter tracks, the glazing system has been utilized in a number of interior spaces since its launch. Most recently, Vitrocsa's offering was appropriated for a project in Lebanon by Nabil Gholam Architects.
Photo Credits: Richard Saad, Patrice Schreyer
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