Façades with the greatest possible elegance
Mullion and transom façades make for especially slender and graceful solutions when it comes to glass façades, thus decisively enhancing architectural design options.
The construction consists of a combination of vertical, load bearing mullions and horizontal transoms. Put together, they result in skeleton-like components that can be prefabricated in various sizes. This makes mullion and transom façades not only visually attractive, but also well-planable and easy to incorporate in the production process. In addition, prefabrication at our plant ensures maximum precision, so that all elements can be fitted together perfectly on site.
Manifold design options
Mullion and transom constructions are very frequently used for glass façades because the intermediate spaces can be individually filled with window or door elements. The profiles are also very slender, creating the impression of a continuous glass front. It is nevertheless possible to combine the construction with opaque elements for filling the intermediate spaces. This enhances the design options and creates new architectural perspectives, and all that at the highest technological standard.