Foggy Albion is a world of well-established traditions that have been developing over the centuries. The British are famous for their inveterate conservatism, they have their own special view of the world. And, of course, when we talk about the true English style in the interior, a special place in it is occupied by the classic English “sash” window with vertically sliding design.
For the first time, vertically sliding windows with a special transom were used in the construction of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire (United Kingdom), and they became especially popular in the XVIII and XIX centuries, becoming a symbol of Georgian architecture and a characteristic feature of a typical English house. These windows look incredibly beautiful and aesthetically pleasing, bringing an inimitable aristocratic atmosphere into the interior of an apartment or the look of a house.
The main advantages of English windows:
|Glazing||IGU 4-12-4e / 4-12-4-12-4e with Super Spacer and Low-e glass|
|Materials||Oak,Northern pine, combined, alu-clad|