Visible Frame Curtain Wall

Visible Frame Glass Curtain Wall Details:

Interior Viewing Size: 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 90, 100...

Main Frame Series Dimensions: 80, 90, 100, 120, 150, 180, 200, 240...

Main Frame Connection Options: Angle Corner Connection, Core Insert Connection, Pin Connection, Horizontal and Vertical Frame Overlay Connection, etc.

Thermal Insulation Bridging Options: Strip-type Thermal Insulation Bridging Structure, Snap-on Thermal Insulation Bridging Structure

Compatible Glass Thickness: Suitable for various glass thicknesses, including single-layer, laminated, and multi-layer insulated glass.

Facade Appearance Styles: Full Visible Frame, Fully Concealed Frame, Vertical Visible and Horizontal Concealed, Vertical Concealed and Horizontal Visible. More tyles you can click our Curtain Wall page.

Curtain Wall Window Forms: Outward Opening Upper Hinged, Outward Opening Horizontal Sliding, Inward Tilt, Inward Horizontal Opening and Tilt, Visible Frame Opening, Concealed Frame Opening, Semi-Concealed Frame Opening, etc. Additionally, intelligent hardware can be optionally added to achieve versatile opening functionalities.

Complementary Product Design: Various structural sizes of operable frames, glass frames, curtain wall exterior covers, decorative louvers, decorative grilles, and other supporting designs. This offers customers a wide range of choices, accommodating diverse personalized design requirements.

Visible Frame Glass Curtain Wall Description

A Visible Frame Glass Curtain Wall is an architectural facade system that prominently displays its structural framing elements, typically made of aluminum or steel, on the exterior of a building. The key difference between a Visible Frame Glass Curtain Wall and a Hidden Frame Curtain Wall lies in the visibility of these structural elements. While a Visible Frame Curtain Wall showcases its framing, a Hidden Frame Curtain Wall conceals the framework behind the glass, resulting in a seamless, frameless appearance.

Visible Frame Glass Curtain Walls are known for their distinct aesthetics, offering a more industrial or modern look with exposed supports. They are often used in contemporary architectural designs to create a striking visual effect, allowing for various customization options with different frame profiles and finishes. This style is commonly employed in commercial and institutional buildings to make a design statement.

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