Shaped windows are a popular architectural feature that can add both Aesthetic appeal and functionality to a building. These windows come in a variety of shapes, including arched, circular, triangular, and irregular shapes, and they can be used to create unique and visually striking designs.
Another huge benefit of special shapes is their ability to enhance the architectural style of a building. Shaped windows can be used to complement a building´s existing design elements or to add a unique eye-catching feature. For example, arched windows can be used to add a sense of grandeur to a building, while circular windows can create a more playful and whimsical aesthetic. Triangular windows however can add to the architecture of gable roofed houses by opening up the walls to extra light.
Providing options for more light is a vital part of shaped windows as they create a sense of openness and connection to the outdoors. By using large or uniquely shaped windows, a building can create a visual connection to the surrounding landscape, blurring the lines between outdoors and indoors. This is particularly effective in building that are located in areas with beautiful scenery or areas with stunning views.
Additionally to the aesthetic appeal, shaped windows create many practical benefits that regular windows may not in certain areas and conditions. Integra triangular windows that reach the ceiling of gable roofed house help provide ample light. In other cases these windows can also be opened for ventilation in multi story house bedrooms and other parts of the house that would normally stay unventilated with bad interior climate. Integra special shapes however helps create ventilation and natural airflow.
Within the Integra system, it is possible to combine shaped windows into one single element using the Integra combinations as well as connecting them using Integra Connect.