Contemporary architectural needs influence users to search for alternate window opening models. This is why knowing and understanding what panoramic windows are important. Basically, what windows do for architectural spaces is to provide ventilation and make it possible to habituate natural lighting. However, modern society likes to enhance what a product can serve for them to a higher value than just functionality.
This can be perceived as the very core of the existence of panoramic windows. Panoramic windows contribute to this expectation of extra value by its design that provide a wide range of view. The word panorama itself varied from the greek originated phrases “pan” and “horan, horama” which respectively mean; “all” and “to look, see” and “sight, spectacle”.
Therefore, panorama literally means “a complete view” when the word is handled etymologically. The original use of panoramic approach was for a painting by Robert Barker. The first panoramic object was this painting that was painted in 1796. The canvas was a revolving cylindrical surface, and the aim was to create an extended interface which beheld “all at once”. Panoramic windows in a sense, do the same with our sight. A large window opening without any horizontal or vertical mullions create the same effect with Barker’s canvas.
The nature or the sea, whatever the view has to provide for the person observing becomes a panoramic canvas with panoramic windows. These explanations might help people understand what a panoramic window is. Nevertheless, “what PanoraView by Libart is" a different question that will be answered in the following parts.
There are several models and designs for panoramic windows. The system varies according to the height and length of the opening that is desired on the facade. Libart’s PanoraView is a panoramic window system that is retractable and easy to operate. A typical panoramic window is almost always a statical and permanent window frame that has no sash.
Imagine you have a large glazing area that has no possibility to open and never easy to clean on the outdoor side of the glass surface. A window’s promise should be to let the inhabitants to access both ventilation and sight. PanoraView system serves what a customer desires from a panoramic window without having to compromise from the ventilation function for the sake of a beautiful view.
It is possible to have them all: the beautiful, uninterrupted view, opening a large ratio of the window for ventilation and let a lot of natural light in the room. PanoraView Panoramic Window system retracts vertically and the whole glazing can be removed from the eyesight of the observer. For example, in a good weather condition, the room can turn into a space that feels like a terrace or a balcony.
Libart manufactures the system in different models each having a lot to offer, and each is designed according to the customer need and the opening size. The whole action is motorized, therefore no need for hard labor or complicated fenestration mechanisms. An easy operation is sustained by a safe and more than adequate motor system and the glass panels retract and gets stashed at the bottom of the opening. In addition to that, the stashed panels turn into a glass balustrade. The whole work for the person using the system is to enjoy the beautiful panoramic view after that.
Panoramic windows can be used as a solution in various number of architectural projects. A vista is an architectural viewpoint and PanoraView panoramic window system, creates the perfect vista for any room whether it is a residential one or a commercial. The restaurants make really good use of panoramic windows as they add value to their spaces. A venue becomes convertible with PanoraView systems in relation with the weather and the season.
The wow-effect is something else that contributes to the return of investment. Not just dining venues find the benefits of PanoraView panoramic systems. Hotels, shops, entertainment venues, halls, exhibition rooms can benefit from this wonderfully designed retractable aluminum systems. Besides the commercial use, panoramic windows can be a good fit for residential spaces as well.
A living room might be on a perfect spot of the house with a view of the city skyline, or it might just have the possibility to let a lot of light in. In any case PanoraView panoramic window systems are here to provide the desired clean sight for the homeowners. The advanced PanoraView technology is designed in a way that can adapt to any circumstance. Architects gain the so longed versatility and flexibility in their projects thanks to PanoraView’s retractability, homeowners achieve a favorite spot at their homes whether it is summer, or winter and business owners have just discovered a brand new way to attract more customers and build customer loyalty.
Panoramic window systems vary in size, quality, material type and finishing layers. The prices change from brand to brand. It is important to realize that the systems like this require really good safety measurements as they generally cover large size openings.
The durability of the glass and to manufacture it in proper thickness carries vital importance. Moreover, the frames have to be compliant to multiple specifications. Libart’s retractable panoramic window systems are priced per project according to the need. To learn more about PanoraView window systems our design department should receive the project brief and study the system that best fits your requirements in order to evaluate the accurate pricing for you.