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Viennese glazing bar, Swisspacer, windows, Stuttgart

New Wooden Windows

The New Palace in Stuttgart from 1806 is currently being modernised, with the work set to finish in 2021. Holzmanufaktur Rottweil was commissioned to carry out the renovation of the windows and glazing work in two wings of the building. Highly efficient Climaplus Extreme solar control glass from Saint-Gobain was used. One special feature was the installation of special insulating glass or solar control glass in the area of the attic windows, which are all fitted with a Viennese glazing bar from Swisspacer. The client wanted the edges to be invisible, the corners to be plug-in, and easy adaptation to the existing building fabric. Moreoever, the attic windows in Stuttgart needed to be 10 mm wide. Swisspacer’s Viennese glazing bar is made of the same highly insulating plastic as the Swisspacer Advance spacers used here. These minimize the thermal bridges at the edge of the glass.

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Viennese glazing bar, Swisspacer, windows, Stuttgart

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