Renovation in Belgium

In this project, Vitrocsa windows have been used to allow light to enter optimally in the house. The architect Stephane Boens has preserved rural architecture combining it with contemporary materials, without losing sight of the details. The hooks in this renovation, the four former gates of the farm, were replaced by Vitrocsa sliding doors. This gives character to the building without compromising the original style.

Architect :Stéphane Boens Architect
Photograph :Liesbet Goetschalckx
Product: Vitrocsa Sliding doors
Partner: Vorsselmans NV


Category : projects

Private residence in west London

A double-fronted Edwardian house has been updated and extended in dramatic fashion for a television and radio presenter and his family.

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.

Piaget VIP rooms

Piaget VIP rooms designed by Swiss architect Pierre Studer.

Private villa in Jounieh bay

A new Turnable corner system installed in Lebanon.

7132 Hotel, Vals

The suite designed by the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.

W House, Australia

An inner-city warehouse reimagined as a family home.

D House by Marston Architects

An extension housed the new living areas which receive morning light through the large pivoting doors.

House on the cliff, Spain

The house on the cliff designed by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos.

Invisible frame 3D renderings

3D renderings showing the Vitrocsa Invisible frame from our partner in Greece.

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