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panoramah! manufactured the first curved minimalist windows with a concealed frame

architecture: Collins and Turner
location: Sydney, Australia
photography: © Rory Gardiner

product specifications: ah!38 sliding curved invisible frame, trirail with 3 panels
glazing: IGU 10mm tempered + 18mm air + 10mm tempered
window dimensions: curved: 7300 x 3200mm = 23m2
weight/panel: 385kg
finishing: Powder coated Noir 200 sablé

Located in a pivotal location of the Barangaroo South precinct in Sydney, in a lend-lease area with many top-tier architect-designed buildings, this iconic structure from Collins and Turner Architects works as an independent restaurant by the internationally acclaimed chef Matt Moran of Solotel Hospitality Group.
In three levels and a roof terrace, the facility offers a multiplicity of interior and open-air spaces for casual and sophisticated dining.

The round shapes of the building itself claim this soft organicity, being clad in linear dowels of charred timber and having all its glass walls curved. panoramah! manufactured for this project the first curved minimalist windows with a concealed frame. Alongside, a series of other improvements were introduced, such as an adjustable sill, allowing the fine-levelling of the bottom frame, and a more performant water drainage system.

More photos here