Inspired by the Bauhaus vision of “free-flowing space,” Swiss-engineered Sky-Frame is an ultra-modern sliding door. Through recessed perimeter profiles and minimal sightline interlockers, Sky-Frame has few peers when it comes to frameless sliding systems.
With ceiling-height window fronts, organic curves or sloping glass units, Sky-Frame lays the foundation for customized spatial concepts and outstanding architecture where the indoor and outdoor merge to create a unified living environment. Wall pockets allow the sliding doors to be fully retracted out of sight. The eternal charm of unobstructed views transforms into a spellbinding design feature.
As a testament to Sky-Frame’s engineering prowess, the complex technology – though fully concealed – is exceedingly simple to operate. Yet, as in all areas of human endeavor, improvements and refinements are always possible and, for Sky-Frame, this is what drives the unceasing process of product innovation. The demand for progress and sustainable development is firmly enshrined in the corporate vision and reflected by the many innovation awards received by the company to date.
The Sky-Frame system includes a range of features for enhanced comfort. The Sun solar shading assembly offers protection against strong sunshine. The Fly insect screen allows the insect-free enjoyment of warm summer days and balmy evenings. Automatic drives permit soundless and, if required, remote-controlled operation of the window units. In line with their thermal and sound control requirements, customers can choose between the Sky-Frame 1, 2 and 3 technologies. Sky-Frame sliding doors are also designed for high security. Apart from incorporating safety glass, they can also be fitted with alarm sensors.
Glacier was carefully selected to be the distribution partner of Sky Frame for the NW. Due to our multi-regional presence and vast cross-divisional experience, we are uniquely qualified to handle all aspects of Sky-Frame systems from technical to sales, project management, logistics and installation.
”A view, not a window”