HIRT kinetics® SF descending windows / vertical sash windows

HIRT moving architecture®
HIRT kinetics® SF descending windows / vertical sash windows
Product Name
HIRT kinetics® SF descending windows / vertical sash windows
Designer
Hirt
Manufacturer
HIRT moving architecture®
Manufactured
Switzerland
Facade systems
Continuous facade systems and Curtain walls
Window profiles
Aluminium windows
Material
Metal, Aluminium - Powder coated, Extruded and Anodized, Steel - Stainless, Corten and Brushed, Bronze, Chrome - Chrome plated
Glass
Wood-Product, Cork, Plywood, Multi-layer wood
Stone, Natural stone - Marble, Travertine, Basalt, Trani, Apricena, Calcareous, Lava, Quartz, Quartzite, Porphyry, Carrara marble, Limestone, Sandstone and Slate
Colour
Grey range
Black range
Red range
Yellow range
Blue range
Purple range
Orange range
Brown range
Gold range
Silver range
Copper range
Pink range
Finishes
Mirror
Characteristics
Large-format
Custom
LED integrated
Transparent
Decorative
Perforated
Structure type
Mullion
Glass fin
Glazing system
Framed
Stick
Veneer
Panel/Cassette
Glass types
Stained
Float
Single glazed
Double glazed
Triple glazed
Quadruple glazed
Opening types
Sliding
Fixed
Lift and slide
Top-hung
Technical characteristics
Security
Acoustic
Automatic
Energy star

The descending windows from HIRT moving architecture® set the stage for creative solutions. Developed and manufactured in Switzerland, the HIRT kinetics® disappear silently into the ground at the touch of a button. Inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Stefan Hirt, visionary and lead engineer at HIRT moving architecture®, developed the HIRT kinetics® product line.

 

When a heavy glass front or a massive wall retracts weightlessly and silently, the interior and exterior realign to form a common space. The HIRT kinetics® Swiss-made precision products allow for realizing completely new spatial concepts and inspire architects all over the world.

 

The sense of wonder HIRT kinetics® imparts is even more pronounced when the components are not made of glass, but instead of metal, wood or stone – materials that inspire architecture to transcend boundaries.

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