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GERMAN DESIGN AWARD GOES TO WOODLINE

The bi-folding door family scores again: Woodline wooden variant becomes the latest winner of the coveted German Design Award.

Woodline/Combiline

TRIPLE AWARD

The SDL Acubis glass canopy turns heads again: the jury of the Home & Trend Award 2018 crowned the new canopy a winner in two categories and it also got the German Design Awards 2019.

SDL Acubis

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30 years of passion and precision

"You can follow tradition or look to the future. We manage to do both."

Solarlux GF groß

A commitment to high quality, production "Made in Germany", excellent service and the desire always to be one step ahead: this is what the family company and its 550 employees stand for. With 30 years' experience in the manufacture of bi-folding glass doors, wintergardens and façade solutions, we firmly believe that we will find an individual solution for your project, which meets your demand for timeless design and outstanding quality.

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