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insulbar® insulating bars are used around the world today. In different climate zones and building types, in different window, door and facade systems made of aluminium or metal. Wherever efficient window insulation or effective thermal separation of doors and facades are required, Ensinger's expertise and insulating profiles are in demand.

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House M, Grünwald near Munich, Germany
House M, Grünwald near Munich, Germany
Villa, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Villa, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Vitra House, Weil am Rhein, Germany
Vitra House, Weil am Rhein, Germany
Dwelling house, Freundorf near Vienna, Austria
Dwelling house, Freundorf near Vienna, Austria
Lake House, Wörthersee, Austria
Lake House, Wörthersee, Austria
 Onstage, Switzerland
Onstage, Switzerland
House G, Ammersee, Germany
House G, Ammersee, Germany
 Red Apple, Sofia, Bulgaria
Red Appel, Sofia, Bulgaria
AQUAMARINE BUSINESS CENTRE, Moscow, Russia
Aquamarine Business Centre, Moscow, Russia
Greenwich Square, London, United Kingdom
Greenwich Square, London, United Kingdom
Etopia Centre for Art and Technology, Saragossa, Spain
Etopia Centre for Art and Technology, Saragossa, Spain
FAZ Editorial office, Bonn, Germany
FAZ Editorial office, Bonn, Germany
KLB Training and administration building, Ichenhausen, Germany
KLB Training and administration building , Ichenhausen, Germany
 Hafner, Fellbach, Germany
Hafner, Fellbach, Germany
Administrative Headquarters of the Regional Insurance Institute Brandenburg, Frankfurt/Oder
Administrative headquarters of LVA Brandenburg, Frankfurt/Oder, Germany
Elegant orangery in Gent, Belgium
Elegant orangery in Gent, Belgium
Further Education Academy, Ministry of the Interior North-Rhine Westphalia, Herne
Training academy of the North Rhine Westphalia Ministry of the Interior, Herne, Germany
Steibs Hof, Leipzig
Steibs Hof, Leipzig, Germany
The Neuer Zollhof, Rheinhafen Düsseldorf
The “Neue Zollhof” building in Rheinhafen, Düsseldorf, Germany
British Embassy, Berlin
British Embassy, Berlin, Germany
Hotel Atlantic, Alsterufer Hamburg
Hotel Atlantic, Alsterufer Hamburg, Germany
Testo, Lake Titisee
Testo, Titisee, Germany
Adult Education College St. Gallen, Switzerland
FHS St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland
Södra Climate Arena, Sweden
Södra Climate Arena, Sweden
Amber Expo, Poland
Amber Expo, Danzig, Poland
Mediterranean conservatory, Thonon-les-Bains, France
Mediterranean conservatory, Thonon-les-Bains, France
Combined orangery and pool house, Linz, Austria
Combined orangery and pool room, Linz, Austria
Leader Tower, Russia
Leader Tower, Russia
Hongqiao Lingkong Garden, China
Hongqiao Lingkong Garden, China
Classical orangery, Vienna, Austria
Classical orangery, Vienna, Austria
Sunny conservatory, Geneva, Switzerland
Sunny conservatory, Geneva, Switzerland
Hotel Lone, Croatia
Hotel Lone, Croatia
Combined conservatory and orangery, Lucerne, Switzerland
Combined conservatory and orangery, Lucerne, Switzerland
Cosy conservatory, Cologny, Switzerland
Cosy conservatory, Cologny, Switzerland
Luxury swimming pool, Wels, Austria
Luxurious indoor pool, Wels, Austria
Sphinx Mountain Restaurant, Jungfraujoch, Switzerland
Mountain-top restaurant, Jungfraujoch, Switzerland
Conservatory of an Italian country house, Bergamo, Italy
Conservatory for an Italian country house, Bergamo, Italy
Conservatory chalet, Tirol, Austria
Chalet conservatory, Tyrol, Austria
German National Library, Leipzig
German National Library Leipzig, Germany
Talan Towers, Astana, Kasakhstan
Talan Towers, Astana, Kasachstan
Splendid orangery, Vicenza, Italy
Splendid orangery, Vicenza, Italy
Stylish windmill, Retz, Austria
Stylish Windmill, Retz, Austria
Western Window Systems, Arizona, U.S.
Western Window Systems, Phoenix, Arizona
Hotel Bütgenbacher Hof, Bütgenbach, Belgium
Hotel Bütgenbacher Hof, Bütgenbach, Belgium
Villa Wallis, Rhonetal, Switzerland
Villa Wallis, Rhonetal, Switzerland

House M, Grünwald near Munich, Germany

With its cubic shapes, the house stands out from the exclusive residences built in other styles in the south of Munich. The newly constructed building of natural grey stone is embedded in a steep slope and progresses in a staggered z-formation up the hillside. Staircases link the two storeys between the entry point at the level of the street and the residential level. The living area has large glass panes with a view of the patio and garden. When it comes to light direction, the architect has used highly-insulated window and sliding systems from Sky-Frame, which are equipped with insulbar® insulating profiles.

Photo: Sky-Frame AG
Architecture: Titus Bernhard, Germany
Photography: Jens Weber & Orla Connolly, Germany

Villa, Utrecht, the Netherlands

During the modification of the villa, the following two objectives have been achieved in an impressive manner: the task was to preserve the historic character of the house and simultaneously create a climate-neutral building. The sophisticated energy concept is based - among other things - on a heat pump, geothermal energy and ground and solar collectors. In addition, the historic wooden windows have in some cases been equipped with additional windows inside and given additional glazing externally. In the extension to the rear of the house, room-high window façades were used which free up the view of the garden. Sky-Frame window systems, equipped with insulbar® insulating profiles, enable efficient thermal insulation and make their contribution to the overall concept of energy neutrality. The result is the first climate-neutral house in the Netherlands.

Photo: Sky-Frame AG
Architecture: Zecc Architects BV, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Photography: Cornbread Works, the Netherlands

Vitra House, Weil am Rhein, Germany

In the Vitra house, design and architecture aficionados can admire and enjoy the Vitra classics on a total of five storeys. 12 gabled houses stacked on top of each other merge into one and give the showroom space to present its Home Collection. Situated directly next to the Vitra Museum on the campus of the same name, the building’s structure captivates the onlooker with its fully glazed gable ends. The facade systems were designed by Sky-Frame, with the manufacturer choosing insulbar® insulating profiles to ensure perfect thermal insulation.

Photo: Sky-Frame AG
Architecture: Herzog & de Meuron, Switzerland
Photography: Tom Bisig, Switzerland

Dwelling house, Freundorf near Vienna, Austria

One house, one color - inside and out. In the sculptured villa the architects opted for brilliant white and an unusual use of forms. The detached house, embedded in a hillside plot, consists of two offset structures with an overhanging roof. Room-high glazing gives a lightness to the reinforced concrete construction. The frameless sliding windows from Swiss manufacturer Sky-Frame make this exceptional architecture possible. Equipped with insulbar® insulating bars, the windows boast optimum thermal insulation.

Photo: Sky-Frame AG
Architecture: project A.01 architects, Austria
Photography: Brigida González, Germany

Lake House, Wörthersee, Austria

Closed towards the road but transparent on the lake side – this is the form taken by the lake house by the Wörthersee lake. The sculptured roof and large glass panels give the villa with its boathouse a futuristic quality. Wall-high picture glazing - including fly screens - open up the view of the garden and the Wörthersee. Sliding windows from Sky-Frame equipped with insulbar® profiles ensure efficient thermal insulation; most of the windows incorporate an electric opening mechanism.

Photo: Sky-Frame AG
Architecture: Project A01 architects, Maria Planegger, Austria
Photography: Brigida González, Germany

Onstage, Switzerland

In this exclusive residence, situated on a hillside and boasting a lake view that should never be obstructed, the architects used large window facades. The frameless window systems from Sky-Frame thus become a fascinating design element in this detached house. They allow the rooms to be flooded with light and open up a superb view of the lake. Optimum thermal insulation of the window and sliding systems is provided by insulbar® insulating profiles.

Photo: Sky-Frame AG
Architecture: SimmenGroup, Switzerland
Photography: Bruno Helbling, Switzerland

House G, Ammersee, Germany

The floor-to-ceiling, frameless sliding windows from Sky-Frame in the mansion by the Ammersee lake do not simply provide an aesthetic quality. As well as enabling smooth transitions between the building and nature, they maximize the view of the Ammersee and additionally protect against burglary. When the sliding windows are open, the ground floor and patio plus pool merge into one. The manufacturer used insulbar® insulating profiles for thermal separation in its design for the window and facade systems.

Photo: Sky-Frame AG
Architecture: ATP Sphere GmbH, Innsbruck
Photography: Brigida González, Germany

Red Appel, Sofia, Bulgaria

The award-winning design by the architects is based on the vision of constructing new flats in the style of New York lofts. The idea was to create a comfortable residential space out of an old, abandoned factory building. Since no disused factory was available, however the architects had to give the new building an artificial patina. By using clinker bricks they created a new building with an old-style exterior. The Red Apple facade consists of Reynaers systems, with insulbar® insulating profiles providing optimum thermal insulation.

Credit: architect/ picture: AEDES Studio - Plamen Bratkov
Source: Reynaers Aluminium

Aquamarine Business Centre, Moscow, Russia

The Aquamarin III Business Center, comprising four buildings, extends over 78 000 square meters. Situated right by the Yauza river one of the best parts of  Moscow,  the business center is intended to exude some of Venice's charm. Huge picture windows provide an impressive view and allows the rooms to be flooded with sunlight.  In addition to offices, the center also includes a hotel and residential accommodation. The architects designed the complex with Reynaers facade and window systems which incorporate insulbar® insulating bars for thermal separation.

Credit: architect: Speech
Picture couretsy: Ilia Ivanov, source: Reynaers Aluminium

 

Greenwich Square, London, United Kingdom

Greenwich Square, in South East London, provides space for numerous everyday facilities and amenities. The three blocks - Public Square, Courtyard and Garden Court - compromise living accommodation but also numerous public facilities such as restaurants, shops and a leisure center. The window and door systems were designed by Reynaers, with the manufacturer choosing insulbar® insulating profiles to ensure perfect thermal insulation.

http://www.greenwichsquare-london.com

Credit: architect: Make architects
Picture: Nick Short Photography, source: Reynaers Aluminium

Etopia Centre for Art and Technology, Saragossa, Spain

Etopia, the Center for Art and Technology, was constructed on the former world exhibition site in the Spanish city of Saragossa. The modular design consists of three blocks connected by means of a plinth. Etopia is part of the digital mile (La Milla Digital) and is directly linked via a suspension bridge to the station for the "Delicias" high-speed train. In its capacity as a meeting place, Etopia succeeds in combining what appear to be opposites: industry, research and creativity are united under one roof. This expressive building complex uses Reynaers window systems with insulbar® insulating profiles for the thermal separation of aluminium inner and outer shells.

http://www.zaragoza.es/ciudad/etopia

Credit architect: MCBAD / Colomer Dumont
Picture courtesy: © Wenzel, source: Reynaers Aluminium

FAZ Editorial office, Bonn, Germany

The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung is one of Germany's leading daily newspapers and the one with the highest circulation abroad. In the newly constructed editorial office in Bonn, insulbar® insulating bars, as a component of Wicona windows, perform the task of thermal separation.

Picture courtesy: © Wicona / Conne van d Grachten

KLB Training and administration building , Ichenhausen, Germany

In KLB Kötztal Lacke + Beschichtungen GmbH's new training and administration building the use of insulbar® thermal insulating bars is making it possible to avoid energy and heat losses, reduce energy consumption and save on heating costs.

Picture courtesy: © Wicona / Conne van d Grachten

Hafner, Fellbach, Germany

Philipp Hafner GmbH & CO. KG's new company building in Fellbach pools Sales & Distribution, Development and Production under one roof. insulbar® insulating profiles, used in Wicona aluminium windows, ensure effective thermal insulation.

Picture courtesy: © Wicona / Conne van d Grachten

Administrative headquarters of LVA Brandenburg, Frankfurt/Oder, Germany

Despite the building's transparent design, profile technology from Schüco International provides the assurance of effective thermal protection: insulbar® profiles prevent heat loss through the metal profiles.

Picture courtesy: Schüco International KG

Elegant orangery in Gent, Belgium

The company Keller uses exclusively high-grade materials of exceptional quality in its conservatories – such as insulbar® insulating profiles. This orangery is used as a place for social gatherings affording splendid views over the garden in summer and winter alike.

Picture: Keller AG

Training academy of the North Rhine Westphalia Ministry of the Interior, Herne, Germany

The training academy of the NRW Ministry of the Interior boasts the world’s biggest photovoltaic roof. Wicona links utilization of solar energy with thermal insulation. The specially developed aluminium profiles are insulated using insulbar®.

Picture: Wicona

Steibs Hof, Leipzig, Germany

A faithful reconstruction of the historical bay facade by Josef Gartner at Steibs Hof in Leipzig. insulbar® was used here to insulate copper and aluminium profiles in a unit with outstanding static stability.

Picture: Josef Gartner GmbH

The “Neue Zollhof” building in Rheinhafen, Düsseldorf, Germany

Schüco International has achieved the perfect combination of functionality, appearance and design with optimum thermal insulation – using insulbar® profiles from Ensinger.

Picture: Schüco International KG

British Embassy, Berlin, Germany

The special design of the Wicona element facade with its top-hung sash windows achieves excellent thermal insulation using insulbar® profiles.

Picture: Wicona

Hotel Atlantic, Alsterufer Hamburg, Germany

In this refurbished historic building, Eduard Hueck GmbH & Co. KG has recreated the look of the original wooden windows in aluminium. insulbar® profiles fit flexibly and ideally into the various tilt, tilt and turn and double vent windows.

Picture: Eduard Hueck GmbH & Co. KG

Testo, Titisee, Germany

In the construction of its new company building, measuring equipment manufacturer Testo attached particular emphasis to the achievement of sustainability. To reduce the overall energy requirement of the building, a natural ventilation and lighting system was integrated. The use of windows from Wicona using insulbar® profiles for thermal insulation played a decisive role in the success of the building’s design.

Picture: Wicona

FHS St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland

The new St. Gallen University of Applied Sciences building was inaugurated in July 2013. The 66 meter-high building in the center of the town features a highly heat-insulating multiple chamber system constructed using insulbar® profiles from Ensinger.

Picture courtesy: Wicona

Södra Climate Arena, Sweden

The new tennis hall in Växjö, Sweden, combines the materials wood, aluminium and glass in a sports complex which not only exudes visual appeal but also benefits from extreme energy efficiency. The complete building was designed in conformity with passive house standards. To ensure optimum thermal separation, which plays a vital role in Scandinavia due to the extremes of temperature, highly effective insulbar® thermal insulating profiles were integrated in the Wicona facades.

Picture: Wicona

Amber Expo, Danzig, Poland

The “Amber Expo” Trade Fair and Congress Center in Danzig in Poland is one of Europe’s premier addresses for social, cultural, business and scientific events. Among the reasons for choosing the Wicona double facade system used for the building were its excellent thermal insulation properties, due in large part to the use of insulbar® insulating profiles.

Picture: Wicona

Mediterranean conservatory, Thonon-les-Bains, France

This Mediterranean conservatory from Keller AG provides the perfect backdrop for relaxation in style. Insulation using insulbar® insulating profiles lends the structure a pleasant room atmosphere which allows it to be enjoyed as living space all year round.

Picture: Keller AG

Combined orangery and pool room, Linz, Austria

In this orangery, insulbar® insulating bars ensure that the occupants benefit from a cosy atmosphere in winter while enjoying views over the pool and the landscape beyond.

Picture: Keller AG

Leader Tower, Russia

The 140 m high Leader Tower owned by Leader Group LLC is the highest building in St. Petersburg. The element facade of the imposing office tower is based on Wicona systems and uses insulbar® insulating profiles for efficient thermal insulation.

Picture: Wicona

Hongqiao Lingkong Garden, China

Aluminium window systems from Wicona using insulbar® thermal insulation profiles were installed in the office and commercial building Lingkong Garden in Shanghai.

Picture: Wicona

Classical orangery, Vienna, Austria

The many generous glass surfaces of this classical orangery lend the structure a modern radiance. insulbar® insulating profiles take care of a pleasant room climate and so allow the structure to be used all year round as a living space.

Picture: Keller AG

Sunny conservatory, Geneva, Switzerland

Keller AG insists on using insulbar® insulating bars for the thermal separation of conservatories and orangeries, as illustrated by this sunny conservatory overlooking Lake Geneva.

Picture: Keller AG

Hotel Lone, Croatia

Hotel Lone is a unique 5-star Design Hotel in Rovinj, Croatia conceived to create the ideal symbiosis between functionality, harmony and elegance in a modern design. Located directly next to the sea, the hotel receives top ratings. The window and door systems used in the complex were designed by Wicona and feature insulbar® insulating profiles to guarantee optimum thermal insulation.

Picture: Wicona

Combined conservatory and orangery, Lucerne, Switzerland

This exciting combination of a classical orangery and ultra-modern conservatory was constructed by Keller AG. Making a substantial contribution to efficient thermal separation: insulbar® insulating profiles.

Picture: Keller AG

Cosy conservatory, Cologny, Switzerland

This sunny conservatory is used all year round as a fully functional living space, making effective thermal separation particularly vital. insulbar® insulating profiles in the aluminium frames take care of perfect insulation and a pleasant room climate.

Picture: Keller AG

Luxurious indoor pool, Wels, Austria

When constructing this luxury indoor pool with its enormous sliding doors, Keller AG provided optimum thermal separation with the aid of insulbar® insulating bars.

Picture: Keller AG

Mountain-top restaurant, Jungfraujoch, Switzerland

insulbar® profiles for Schmidlin AG, Switzerland. In the mountain restaurant “Sphinx” atop the Jungfraujoch, the highly stable material Tecatherm used in the insulbar® profile has been thoroughly proven at an altitude of 3,450 m at temperatures as low as - 30°C and wind speeds of up to 250 km/h.

Picture: Schüco International KG

Conservatory for an Italian country house, Bergamo, Italy

This unusual conservatory built onto an Italian country house allows the occupants to enjoy life with all their senses. insulbar® insulating profiles form part of this perfectly blended ensemble by Keller AG.

Picture: Keller AG

Chalet conservatory, Tyrol, Austria

This conservatory affords the chalet occupants breath-taking views over the lush green mountain scenery in summer and over snowy landscapes in winter, sometimes meters thick. Thanks to excellent thermal insulation, due in large part to the use of insulbar® insulating bars, the conservatory is fully usable even on the coldest days.

Picture: Keller AG

German National Library Leipzig, Germany

The fourth extension of the German National Library in Leipzig closes the gap between the magnificent main building and the book tower, drawing it together into a complete ensemble. The complex aluminium facades of this highly regarded cultural center are based on Wicona systems, with high-insulating insulbar® profiles providing optimum thermal insulation of the facades.

Picture: Wicona

 

Talan Towers, Astana, Kasachstan

Talan Towers project is the first high-end mixed-use development in Astana. It aims to create a new level of lifestyle and luxury experience in the capital of Kazakhstan. Metal Yapi A.S., one of the top curtain wall companies of Europe, preferred insulbar® insulating profiles for this ambitious project.

Architects: SOM (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP)

Gross buildable area of Talan Towers: 120.000 m²

Amount of capital inveested: $350.000.000

talantowers.com/about-project/general-info

Splendid orangery, Vicenza, Italy

This architectural gem is used as a space for relaxation and social gatherings, and is either air conditioned or heated all year round. Not a problem thanks to efficient thermal separation using insulbar® insulating profiles.

Picture: Keller AG, Luxembourg

Stylish Windmill, Retz, Austria

Thanks to the delicate, frameless sliding windows from Sky-Frame it is difficult to say where the view begins and the room interior ends. For thermal separation the Swiss manufacturer relies on insulbar® insulating profiles.

Picture: Sky-Frame AG

Western Window Systems, Phoenix, Arizona

US manufacturer Western Window Systems is relying on insulating profiles from insulbar® in its new product line for large sash windows and sliding doors. Thanks to insulbar® this Series 7000, which has been developed specially for the US American market, stands out for particularly low U values and a "hurricane impact" certification.

Picture: Western Window Systems

Hotel Bütgenbacher Hof, Bütgenbach, Belgium

The 4-star Silence Hotel offers the perfect location for relaxation and recuperation, with a cosy ambience in the heart of East Belgium’s unspoilt natural landscape. As part of an extensive renovation project, the restaurant area has been improved with a new conservatory extension, transforming it into an attractive and inviting dining space. Room-height fixed glazing and sliding doors from Keller AG create a light-flooded, warm ambience for guests. insulbar® insulating profiles keep the sun's rays out in summer and keep the heat in during the winter months.

Concept: Keller AG

Picture: Stephan Offermann

Villa Wallis, Rhonetal, Switzerland

The easterly, southerly and westerly facades of this high-end villa comprise filigree fixed window and sliding door systems from Keller AG. The room-height frameless glazing design is practically devoid of thresholds, affording spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Due to the use of highly insulated window systems equipped with insulbar® insulating profiles, this villa is fully in line with the latest energy efficiency standards.

Architect: Renggli Architects www.renggli-architectes.ch

Picture: Stephan Offermann