Villa in Bourg-Saint-Maurice, France

The owners quickly settled on the Vitrocsa TH+ system with an invisible frame.

The system was installed in August 2016, and includes the following features:
- A 9800 x 3500 mm (L x H) bay divided into 4 leaves creating an opening of 7350 mm.
- The challenge was to install these large panes under 3-metre eaves, while avoiding high-voltage overhead power lines.
- The project represents an extension of 1500 m2, comprising a swimming pool, spa area, games room and technical premises.

Architect: Studio Arch
Photographer: Véronique Millias
Product: Vitrocsa sliding system with invisible frame
Partner: Vitrocsa France Distribution


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