The windows is an important item in any architectural project, as it allows the entrance of light and natural ventilation in the internal environment. To define where it will be installed it is necessary to do a study of insolation in the place and to choose the suitable model for each environment.
Currently in the market there are several types and materials of window frames, considering that each one has a function. It is ideal to observe the quality and technical characteristics of the models to ensure optimum functionality.
Here are some models most used in architecture:
Venetian window:Much used in residential projects mainly in rooms. The ventilation is made by slit blades.
Sliding window:Are sliding horizontally and allow a good ventilation and illumination opening. In older projects are seen using grids.
Projection Window:Its opening can be made for outside or inside and the sheet is fixed at the top of the window.
Open Window:Has the opening of the sheet outwards with rotation in vertical axis.
Window Guillotine:Have two leaves and their opening is made vertically.
Pivot Window:The sheet rotates on its own axis both vertically and horizontally.
Window Bay Window:Are the famous English windows and are composed of three faces of glass that project out of the house.
Window Shrimp:Are also known to be folding, where the sheets are folded into a fan.
To help you understand and choose the ideal model we separate some images of windowed environments to inspire your project:
Picture 1 - Window with white iron grill
Picture 2 - Opening window in wood
Picture 3 - Rectangular window in loft
Picture 4 - PVC opening window
Picture 5 - PVC sliding window
Picture 6 - Wood folding window
Picture 7 - Window with bib
Image 8 - Floor-to-ceiling window with minimalist style
Picture 9 - Sliding window with wooden frame painted in green
Picture 10 - Tilted window with aluminum frame
Picture 11 - Bay window style window
Picture 12 - Aluminum sliding window
Picture 13 - Window with projecting aluminum shutter
Image 14 - Round windows in various formats
Picture 15 - Window with format in L
Picture 16 - Sliding window with grill on the outside
Picture 17 - Aluminum sliding window
Picture 18 - Kitchen opening window
Picture 19 - Window with brises for bathroom
Picture 20 - Window with rustic style
Picture 21 - Window of guillotine
Image 22 - Cube format window
Picture 23 - Pivoting window in circular format
Picture 24 - Rectangular window for sink area in the kitchen
Image 25 - Window with irregular shape
Image 26 - Woodwind window
Image 27 - Projecting window interleaved with glass sheets
Image 28 - Opening window with wooden frame
Picture 29 - Window shrimp with wooden frame
Picture 30 - Aluminum sliding window with railing
Picture 31 - Window shrimp with wooden frame
Image 32 - Glazed window
Picture 33 - Checkered window
Image 34 - Vertical pivoting window inside the residence
Picture 35 - Wooden opening window with blind curtain
Image 36 - Horizontal pivoting window
Image 37 - Window with horizontal shutter
Picture 38 - Pivoting window in wood
Image 39 - Window with glass sheets for closing the balcony
Picture 40 - Horizontal shrimp window
Image 41 - Wooden sliding window
Picture 42 - Window shrimp in aluminum frame
Picture 43 - Window in blindex
Picture 44 - Sliding window with checkered structure
Image 45 - Automated window
Image 46 - Window with cube-shaped wooden frame
Picture 47 - Window with glass sheets for balconies with rounded shape
Picture 48 - Wooden sliding window with fixed glass on top
Picture 49 - Window guillotine for kitchen
Picture 50 - PVC window with built-in shutter