Guillotine

Anodized 25 micron natural or coloured aluminium alloy structure, or thermolacquered version in an infinite choice of colours. Vertical bearing system in stainless steel or specially adapted for projects near the sea. Fixed or sliding, 18 mm vertical profile width. High-precision counterweight operation for ultra-simple manageability. Button-locking available in 3-point locking and cylinder locking with key. Motorisation option available


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Solution

The Guillotine frame means there is no limit to the height which can be achieved, whilst retaining the same high quality and aesthetics as other versions. Perfectly balanced, the mobile leaves ( maximum 500kg per pane) can be moved with a force of just a few grams, either manually or via a motor.

They can operate in one of two ways :
- System with two identical glass panes which counter-balances one another
- Counterweight system on the sides, enabling an unlimited number of configurations. The counterweights are integrated into the finishes.

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Projects

who use Guillotine ’s technology

Penthouse in the 20/30 towers in Beirut

The 20/30 towers represent a fresh vision for Beirut. They combine uncompromising luxury with an unprecedented respect for the environment.

W House, Australia

An inner-city warehouse reimagined as a family home.

Peter Christoff, Victoria Australia

Motorised guillotine doors of 7 meters high.

Blossom Hill Chalet, Courchevel

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

Welsh+Major Architects redesign a historic building

This 19th century Police Station located in "The Rocks", Sydney, was recently renovated.

Studio Internationale, Randwick Australia

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

48'000
glazing surface by year (m2)

11'726
Projects

22
certifications

59
partners in the world

61
countries in the world