The mullion-transom facade is the most common construction method in metal construction for erecting large-scale glass facades with a filigree profile view. Both classic vertical divisions and architectural free forms are possible in the production of mullion-transom facades.
The skeletal support structure allows large openings as well as skylights and pitched facades. Through the use of glass fields or panels, the construction conveys filigree lightness and an impressive view in the desired direction, now also with a reduced face width of 35 mm. Despite large glass surfaces, the building remains warm, as the mullion-transom facade from BENEDICT + RIVA guarantees maximum thermal insulation. An internal solar shading system can also be combined to protect the interior from UV radiation. We at BENEDICT + RIVA offer you a variety of tested and high-quality products so that you can realize your individual building project optimally with us.
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