Skylights, Conservatories and Verandas

Let the light in, the steel handles the rest

The glass roof and the veranda both increase the luminosity. However, they are two very different constructions, because a veranda is a real extension, entirely or partially glazed, which, thanks to thermal break systems, can be perfectly insulated in all seasons, and can be fitted out as a bedroom, a living room, a kitchen, a dining room or even a conservatory, in a veranda-glassroof.

We bring your projects to life with the materials of your choice:

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Zinc-Plated Steel
Stainless Steel
Corten Steel
Burnished Steel
Alu-Wood Hybrid
Galvanised steel has a high-performance alloy system on the surface, conferring corrosion resistance and a characteristic matt appearance.
Stainless steels are alloyed steels with a high and lasting resistance to atmospheric corrosion.
Corten steel is a raw steel, with a surface layer of rust acting as a barrier, preventing it from further degradation. It is currently very trendy and can be used for both exterior and interior applications.
The burnishing of steel gives it a cosy and aesthetic appearance, while possessing the qualities of stainless steel.
Outside, aluminium guarantees high resistance to the elements and low maintenance. Indoors, wood brings a natural and warm touch.
An alloy of copper and zinc, brass is undoubtedly the most aesthetic metal. Its golden appearance simultaneously expresses luxury and sophistication, tradition and memory.
Outside, aluminium guarantees great stability against the elements and requires little maintenance. Wood brings a natural touch to modern interiors.
The glass roof is a structure with one or more large panes of glass. It is usually designed during the construction of the building, but it is possible to transform a space by creating a new, sometimes spectacular opening, to replace a roof or a wall, indoors or outdoors.


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