ORAMA MINIMAL FRAMES’ window- and door-frame series ZERO shows how inside and out can be seamlessly merged – even when it comes to more-complex floor plans.

Zero is the latest system to be developed by Orama and also it’s most discreet. Minimal frame profiles help to conceal the boundaries between indoor and out

The ins and outs: Orama Minimal Frames | News

Zero is the latest system to be developed by Orama and also it’s most discreet. Minimal frame profiles help to conceal the boundaries between indoor and out

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No one product in the portfolio of Orama Minimal Frames blends the outside and inside so seamlessly as the latest window and door frame series called Zero. As the name suggests, the aluminium fixture is barely there. The frame’s presence is made all but imperceptible by the inclusion of the room’s flooring (ceiling and wall) material in the (1cm) space between the tracks so that there is a suggestion of continuous space. Dubbed the ‘invisible frame’ it appears as a wall of glass.

Zero’s discreet, minimal track system can be integrated into the walls, floors and ceilings, whatever the material, and can also be adapted to work with unconventional layouts

The ins and outs: Orama Minimal Frames | News

Zero’s discreet, minimal track system can be integrated into the walls, floors and ceilings, whatever the material, and can also be adapted to work with unconventional layouts

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Suited to rigorously minimal architecture where surfaces are devoid of interruption or ornamentation, Zero is the modern architect’s dream, but in its desire to please aesthetically, it offers no compromise to the end-user’s convenience. Its technical assets include good water drainage, easy cleaning of the bottom tracks, security features and high energy efficiency (that makes it suitable for both hot and colder climates). Add to this high wind and moisture resistance and the ability (of each panel) to bear loads up to 1000kg, and you have a performance that outstrips most conventional window frames.

Supremely flexible, Zero’s scant framework can be painted in any colour or given an anodised treatment. Any type of glazing (double or triple) can be installed in the system which can be adapted to fit a variety of layouts, whether it involves multiple panels, corner constructions or pockets. For a near-invisible product, it ticks a lot of boxes.

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