The lower of two panes lifts to create an opening of nearly half the overall window height. Great for a kitchen that connects to an outdoor area.
Horizontal slats that tilt to allow complete control over the level of ventilation. Frosted and etched louvres are perfect for bathrooms.
Tilts open from the bottom and can be left partly open during wet weather to let in fresh air while keeping out rain.
It features classic timber glazing bars and pivots 90 degrees to capture breezes.
These windows and doors slide along a track. The more panels, the wider the opening – but the more obstructed the view. They don’t open completely but no clearance is required, saving space.
These typically feature four panels that open out from the centre, and traditional colonial or federation-style woodwork. Open just one side in winter or both in summer for access to the garden. Perfect for heritage homes – and also useful in internal spaces to close off rooms without impacting the light flow.
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