The envelope of the building exerts an important influence on the energetic characteristics, the utility and the aesthetic effect of the structure. Windows as a component of the envelope, with their physical characteristics and their functions, significantly determine the utility of the building and the wellbeing of the people who spend time in it.
With keywords like natural ventilation, night cooling, extraction of passive solar energy, daylight control, noise abatement and reduction of primary energy the facade has become an essential component of the building ecology. Louvre windows and louvre facades meet these requirements perfectly.
There are only a few manufacturers around the world and just a handful in Germany who are specialised in louvre window systems.
Schneider noelke is definitely a key player in this very special market.
It was in 2009 when Winco Systems Australia and Schneider Noelke Germany decided to team up to service the Australian market.
The success in a short period of time is obvious: already more than 100 clients decided to integrate the product in their projects, which span from residential, schools, universities, research institutes, community facilities, hospitals to commercial high rise inner city buildings.
The key behind the demand for this particular manufacturer is the huge variety of types of louvre windows on offer: Including Framless; Framed and Double Glazed Systems.
If nature were cosy,
people wouldn't have invented architecture.
- Oscar Wilde