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  • American living room with frameless sliding doors

    A view,
    not a

    window.

  • Sky-Frame frameless sliding doors

    A view,
    not a

    window.

  • Sky-Frame sliding doors

    A view,
    not a

    window.

Sky-Frame presents "A piece of Sky"
at Clerkenwell Design Week, 22 - 24 May in London

Sky-Frame is giving visitors the chance to experience “A Piece of Sky”, an installation designed by Stephan Huerlemann.

Be transported, for a few seconds, away from a hectic environment to see a beautiful view of the world, specifically the sky, and give yourself an opportunity to think and even dream; exactly what Sky-Frame does with its frameless sliding doors.

A Piece of Sky

Sky-Frame frameless sliding doors

Living with Sky-Frame means living in your own special dream home. The Swiss made frameless sliding windows are the key to exceptional architectural creations and, thanks to the flush transition between indoors and outdoors, an unbounded spatial experience with spectacular vistas.

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free-flowing space

In the 1920s, a group of iconic architects, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius and Richard Neutra laid the foundations for a new, revolutionary spatial concept. They opened up the building envelope and redefined the notion of spatial boundaries in architecture. The traditional solid wall dividing inside and outside was superseded by transparent assemblies, featuring floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall glazing to create a seamless transition. The “free-flowing space” was born.

Gallery

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Garangula Art Gallery, Australia

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Poolhouse, Germany

Discover the System and features

We understand the needs of our customers and can deliver a premium sliding window solution for any living situation – whether for urban life in a city apartment or for carefree relaxation in a rural holiday home. Click here for more videos.

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