Glass roofs made of sedak glass - so close to the sky

As much sky as you want. Glass roofs direct the view upward, letting sunlight into the interior of a building during the day and the firmament at night. They convey lightness and transparency.

The trend towards large-surface glazing is not restricted to façades. New technologies in glass finishing allow extreme spans with oversized glass. The use of glass beams as load-bearing elements dissolves structures optically and provides maximum visibility toward the sky.

The energy input into the building is regulated by the use of insulating glass. Ceramic digital printing creates additional, barely visible shading options on request.


Glass roofs with glass beams as support elements
provide an unobstructed view upward.
When the insulating or safety glass is curved,
precipitation and impurities flow off more easily.