The new steel window system FerroFinestra Taglio Termico by Mogs takes us back to the architecture of the Thirties.
It was in those years that steel windows, thought already available in mid-800, became popular, because their fine and elegant lines met the requirements of the Art Deco first, and of the Modern Movement and the International Style later.
It is exactly from that style - that allowed buildings to become lighter, leaving behind the traditional considerations of weight and mass - that the new system FerroFinestra Taglio Termico originates.
And not through a simple “stylistic reproduction”, as already seen on the market, but rather bringing back the same forms, proportions and overlapping effects of the original 19th Century hot rolled steel window profiles, now refined and evolved thanks to modern technologies.
Mogs FerroFinestra Taglio Termico takes the heritage of that fascinating English style in its most authentic form, overcoming at the same time its deficiencies, first of all its lack of thermal insulation. Its thermal barrier fully responds to current regulations and contemporary needs for comfort.