Focus #2 windows: Villa Marchi

Let's discover the second focus on the Fabbio Design windows and sliding doors of this precious mid-20th century Villa.



The architectural and energy redevelopment project of the property has preserved its link between aesthetics and function, maintaining the use of exposed brick on the facade and opting for the refinement of the construction details.



Focus #2:



The model is "Extrema" in larch wood, brushed and painted according to sample. The external covering is in aluminum of the same color.
In 2 positions we used the window mod. "Extrema Sky". Inside the bathroom and the spa area, the solution with quadruple glass was chosen where the internal sheet, with structural sealant, covers the frame and creates an all-glass effect. By using tempered glass it was possible to prepare the holes for housing the handle above the glass.


All windows have triple glass with a double glass spacer filled with argon gas and a warm edge type spacer with high thermal and acoustic performance.


The internal frames are absent, replaced by an aluminum perimeter profile to create a flush-to-the-wall effect with an internal plasterboard wall.
The peculiarity that denotes the design is that only the sash can be seen because the very thin frame of the window is inserted into the wall.



The restoration of the listed building required maintaining the holes and types of windows as the originals, therefore with particular facades of multiple fixed and openable elements, as well as shaping and arrangements of the sliding doors with custom-made corners.



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Architects: 3ndy Studio

Photo: Fernando Guerra

Photo: Architettura Urbana