There are many issues involved in window replacement projects. The main ones are Preserving the original style, design and spirit of existing windows. Adapting the new windows to existing architectural constraints. In this context, we were asked to replace windows in an old building. Our client’s wish was to replace only the windows, while preserving the existing colour, shape and style.

Replacement of high bay windows in Beaulieu-sur-Mer


High-height joinery with rounded cut-out

The window is a high-rise joinery unit made up of a conventional sash section and a specific section at the top with a fixed window and a rounded cut-out. The window is made to measure to fit the space perfectly. What’s more, this joinery is unique in that the interior and exterior colours are different. One of the challenges of the project was to keep the same colour on the outside, a shade of blue, in order to preserve the unity of the design with the colour of the shutters, which were kept.

Handle adapted to the general style

In the context of an old building, all the stylistic elements are of particular importance. When replacing the windows, we therefore paid particular attention to maintaining the same style of handle and locking system. The general design of the handle, its colour and its structure were respected, the espagnolette locking system was used on the new joinery and the windows were fitted with a lever handle box.


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