And behind the garden, Lake Zurich…
For many, the green outdoors is the epitome of well-being. When the window front is lowered, the glittering lake is within reach and the grass gently rustles in the wind. Thanks to the seamless elegance of the HIRT kinetics® SF 90, this magic can be experienced right inside your own home.
Veranda or living room? Why not both? HIRT kinetics® retractable fronts make it possible. They let the inside and outside meld together.
In less perfect weather, the retractable fronts are raised, thus shutting out the wind and rain. The inside remains cosy thanks to sophisticated, pneumatic sealing. Draughts don’t stand a chance.
This is how HIRT moving architecture® brings green back into everyday life
The engineers at HIRT question the fundamentals. Why does architecture have to be static? Can’t it become dynamic like nature itself? The answer they found is: Yes, it can! Gates, windows, and even entire walls can move and disappear completely! It might sound like magic – but it is precise craftsmanship “made in Switzerland” paired with a little bit of physics. HIRT kinetics® retractable fronts stand on a finely balanced supporting structure moved by a quiet motor. This way, windows and walls can be raised and lowered easily. Architects can use this “trick” to add new dimensions to rooms and to thus ensure much more openness, lightness, and freedom. This is how air, sounds, and nature return to domestic life.
Thanks to the retractable fronts’ sophisticated pneumatic seals, you needn’t worry about thermal insulation and energy efficiency. Because HIRT kinetics® meet the highest standards – naturally including trap protection, storm safety, and impermeability to driving rain. Builders can determine many other properties themselves. For example, triple window glazing, or the use of bulletproof glass are no problem.
Make an appointment today and let the HIRT planners advise you. They will be happy to show you possible solutions for your project. Around the world, HIRT moving architecture® inspires builders and architects alike.