©2019 by Aether Glazing.

OUR EXPERIENCE

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WINDOWS, DOORS, CURTAIN WALLS.

We are able to provide the design, the supply and the installation of any type of window, for example tilt and turn window, sliding window/door, folding window/door,  awning window, revolving door.
We can design door and window frames of any type of material (Aluminum, Steel, Wood, PVC) as you prefer; we use the systems certified by the most important manufacturers of windows and doors like Schuco, Metra etc ...
(the photo on the left shows residential building in Manhattan)

STRUCTURAL & NON-STRUCTURAL ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS

We are experts in the design of structural elements such as canopies and glass railings, and non-structural architectural details such as aluminum finishes in the façade.
Thanks to the skills of Aether Engineering, we can do high-level finite elements  analyses, in order to push every architectural idea to the limit.
We follow the project from the design phase to the production phase up to assembly on site (the photo shows the production of a steel canopy in the factory).

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BUILDING ENVELOPE & SUN PROTECTION

We can design different types of building claddings based on our client's preferences. You can choose different materials (for example GFRC panel or ZINC panel), thanks to Aether Engineering we can do heat flux/temperature computational analyses and offer you the best solution.
We can also design many sun protection solutions like folding/sliding sun shading or sun blades shading systems.
We can also provide the motorization of the systems described above.

CUSTOMIZATION

To meet customers' aesthetic needs we can customize what you want.

We have collaborations with the major Italian metallurgical companies, that means savings both in terms of financial and time resources, without sacrificing the quality of the final product.

We are also able to create 2D and 3D drawings and renderings to show you what your project will look like.

(The photo shows the real cladding, on the right, and its rendering, on the left.)

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