Corner windows

corner windows

corner windows

What sets them apart?


They are mainly found in modern houses. They let in a lot of natural light and the building itself looks very impressive. We outline the options available and how they can be used.

Corner windows with mullion

The basic type of corner construction is the corner window with mullion. In this case, a 90-degree connector is used to connect the two frames. This element is designed to provide the joinery with adequate strength. The appropriate rigidity is guaranteed by steel reinforcement. This solution has the disadvantage of limiting visibility due to the presence of the connector. The great advantage, however, is that the sashes can be opened. However, it should be borne in mind that some arrangements will require the selection of extensions.

Corner windows Without mullion

A solution often considered more aesthetically pleasing are mullionless corner windows. These designs require appropriate preparation of the glazing units and the use of polyamide rope to ensure adequate tightness. The meeting point of the panes is obscured, but this type of design is less restrictive in terms of visibility than the mullion variant. As these are non-opening corner windows, they will work best in areas that are easily accessible from the outside. Otherwise, they will be more difficult to clean. It is therefore worth considering installing them in ground floor rooms.

Fully open to the world

In addition to the standard windows, it is also possible to install corner lift-and-slide doors. Premidoor 76  Or Premidoor 88 allows a fully open corner to be created. This type of design guarantees better contact with the outside world. In addition, it lets in a large amount of natural light, which has a positive effect on well-being.

Corner structures - which interiors do they suit?

Although corner windows mainly appear in modern buildings, they can also be successfully used in houses decorated in other styles. It is worth choosing such a solution, especially if you care about aesthetics and a lot of natural light. However, it should be remembered that these windows have a higher heat transfer coefficient than standard windows. This is due to the presence of a geometric thermal bridge. This means that the heat delivery area is much smaller than the heat transfer area.

Corner window in the kitchen

An interesting solution is to place a corner window in the kitchen. It will provide a well-lit worktop, which increases interior comfort and makes preparing meals easier. For this room, it is advisable to opt for a window with a mullion, in an opening version. When cooking, it is often necessary to ventilate the interior.

Find out which window to choose for your kitchen.

Corner window in the kitchen

Corner window in the kitchen

Corner window in the kitchen.
Kitchen with corner window.
Glazing ideal for the living room

It is also worth choosing a corner window in the living room. We generally spend a lot of time in the living room, so it should be as well lit as possible. Access to natural light is beneficial for the functioning of the body and our well-being. In addition, if the building is located near a forest or park, a corner design will allow us to admire the beautiful surroundings. In a room where we often relax, an aluminium MasterLine 10. Such a large window in the living room will have a positive impact on the aesthetic qualities of the interior.