Executed by DAKO | Outstanding design opportunities thanks to a bi-colour PVC joinery
Ageless design is often based on the simplicity of forms and basic colours which guarantee the universal design and its beauty which does not change with the fashion. The choice of the minimalistic door model and combining it with other joinery elements in the same colour is a tested recipe for modern, aesthetic closure of the building.
In this project, the investors went one step further. Looking for a universal interior design base, they selected bi-colour windows. The external joinery has black matt veneer while the internal part is white. Thanks to this combination, the building looks modern and the interiors are warm and cosy.
- For this project, the investors selected complex DAKO joinery from the HarmonyLine series – NOEL. More and more, the customers looking for a comprehensive offer of windows, roller shutters, doors and garage doors opt for the joinery from one supplier. Thanks to that, they get products matching visually. The shared finish of the joinery looks modern and smart.
- The warm windows which reduce external noise well guarantee comfortable interiors. What is more, they ensure lower energy consumption for heating the house in winter and reduce its heating in the summer. The owners of this house selected PVC windows from the DPQ-82 series in interesting, bi-colour finish offering a lot of design opportunities. Their internal finish is white veneer while the external one is black matt.
- To ensure suitable living room light, the investors designed high, corner fixed glazing in the room corner. What is more, there is a HKS tilt-and-slide door between the living room and the small terrace. The major advantages of that terrace door is its optimum price, high workmanship quality and the possibility to tilt a sash. The HKS door is used in the dining room as well where, combined with fixed glazing, it makes a corner structure, and also in the owners’ and children’s bedrooms.
- For the rooms where the window does not need to be opened fully but it is enough to tilt it to air it out, e.g. the bathroom, children’s room and study, the owners selected hopper windows. In the other rooms, they opted for a standard solution, i.e. tilt and turn windows.
- The HarmonyLine co-design idea guarantees one, common style of all joinery elements. This is also the case here. The house front got the aluminium clad doors from Noel line with a vertical pull handle and sidelight, as well as a double garage door DK-GP Thermo. Both products have modern finish consistent with the windows, i.e. black matt. Thanks to the matching elements from the HarmonyLine series, all details of both products match one another well, e.g. the embossments on the entrance door front are at the same height as the garage door panel joints.
- Your house should offer peace and safety. You should feel comfortable and free in it. These were the assumptions shared by this house owners. To ensure privacy, they selected external roller shutters with a concealed installation system where the curtain, similar to all the other joinery elements, is black.
- Calm summer evenings free from mosquitoes are guaranteed by insect screens. The windows got frame insect screens while the terrace doors received sliding ones, which enable to go outside.
- The boiler room has aluminium profiled doors. This robust, durable solution can be used not only in public utility buildings but also in single-family houses.