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Curtain walls

GEODE 52

Skylight

Solution for skylight

Characteristics
Grid effect
Vertical trame
“Trame” aspects
Design
Sash
Aesthetic
Homogeneous appearance
Pitch
Specific cap
Bioclimatic
Flat Cap
Comfort and well-being
Watertightness performance
Roofing classic look
Spine rafter
Tubular rafter
Extractor vents
Roof uncluttered aesthetic
Modular solutions

2 possible external looks: visible grid or vertical trame
Water retention management with drainage at the ends of transoms through the glazing bars
Glazing deformation is minimised thanks to the vertical caps and the silicone gasket
Possibility of double glazing using structural silicone
Minimum incline of 5 ° (validated by the CSTB) with double glazing
The rafters and transoms are square cut and assembled using the penetrating transom
principle
Possibility of integrating an opening frame into the roof

Documentation
Brochure GEODE
Specifications GEODE MX 52mm

Product benefits

LARGE SIZES

  • Glazing infill: up to 32 mm

DIVERSITY OF APPLICATIONS

  • A minimum slope is available of 10º for single glazed units and 15º for double glazing.

DIVERSITY OF FORMS

  • Single slope
  • Dual slope: Lantern
  • Multi slopes: Pyramid

More information

Projects using curtain walls GEODE 52

Arcadia School

United Arab Emirates
Arcadia School Dubai - "In addition to aesthetics, comfort is without a doubt the most important factor." Avinash Kumar, Senior Architect at Godwin Austen Johnson

Pearl Chalet

Kuwait
The Pearl Chalet - Kuwait - HZMB (Hamed Zubaid & Mona Al Baghli Architects)

La Maison Quinta do Lago

Portugal
ARCHITECTS: PLANASSOCIADOS, LDA. PROPERTY DEVELOPER: PRIVATE FABRICATOR: JPO – SIS. CAIXILHARIA ALUMÍNIO, LDA PHOTOGRAPHY: TECHNAL

W House

Bénin
ARCHITECT: SERGE WALCKHOFF DEVELOPER: PRIVÉ PHOTOGRAPHY: TECHNAL

Smith Pereiro Family Residence

Spain
ARCHITECTS: HIDALGO-HARTMANN PROPERTY DEVELOPER: PRIVATE FABRICATOR: E.PLANTALECH PHOTOGRAPHY: JORDI CANOSA

House with Patio and Garden, Croix

France
ARCHITECTS: AGENCE HORNOY ARCHITECTES PROMOTER : PRIVATE FABRICATOR : CONSTRU PHOTOGRAPHY: MAXIME DUFOUR