This modern house design in the Czech Republic incorporated MHB SL30-ISo slim steel windows and doors throughout.
Large elevations of steel framed windows were used spanning two elevations of the modern house.
The slim steel frames from MHB are fully thermally broken which meant the project could incorporate these large walls of steel-framed glass with high levels of insulation.
The fixed steel façade has sightlines of only 30mm meaning the project could take advantage of the impressive countryside views.
Within the steel-framed façade, various types of opening steel window and door were integrated.
When you integrate opening windows and doors into a steel-framed MHB façade the sightlines stay minimal and clean.
Double opening French doors, top hung windows and larger Juliet balcony windows were all integrated into the steel façade whilst still maintain that ultra-minimal design.
The slim steel frames were powder coated in a light colour which worked well with the light stone exterior cladding of the building as well as the minimalist interior design.
The steel windows and doors used a combination of RC2 tested integrated locks and handles, as well as more traditional latches for the top, hung windows.
The steel Juliet balcony doors also included horizontal steel bars in the same colour as the thermally broken steel frame. This bar then acted as a safety barrier which was in keeping with the safety regulations of the country.
Projects in the UK could integrate a glass balustrade into a Juliet door opening to create an adequate safety barrier.