The builder-owners chose aluminium windows from heroal and thus not only fulfilled their desire to use sustainable materials, but also opted for maximum flexibility and functionality. This is because the heroal W 72 window system made of recycled aluminium offers the best thermal insulation, certified burglary protection and a wide range of designs, to name but a few outstanding features.
With their slim face width and concealed fittings, the window profiles visually recede into the background of the façade and, thanks to the large glass surfaces, emphasise the spacious view out of bright and light rooms.
Thanks to flexible design options in terms of colour and size, the windows could be planned to match the interior and exterior, creating seamless transitions between the indoor and outdoor space. Subtle-grey window profiles perfectly blend into the clear design line, creating a perfect harmony with the oak floorboards that connect the rooms in the basement and underline the spacious interior design.
The window system heroal W 72 also blends in perfectly with the building's façade. While the basement is completely clad in local greywackes, which are also used as flooring on the patio, the upper white plastered part of the house looks as if it is supported by natural stone columns. The contrast of colours and materials makes it appear to float above the slope. The generous glass surfaces of the windows, which are arranged harmoniously across the side facing the valley, cleverly break up the look of the natural stone cladding and thus provide for special accentuations, especially when the rooms are lit up in the evening. The floor-to-ceiling windows also serve as patio doors and allow direct access to the garden.