Italian company, Secco Sistemi, produces slimline systems for doors, facades and windows to provide architects with a bank of unique design options, which suit a multitude of projects. The range comprises slimline, cold rolled, thermally broken steel systems in an assortment of finishes, including brass.
The company’s systems are often specified for the refurbishment of historic buildings around the world; each year, approximately 200,000 doors and windows were outsourced around Europe.
Wrightstyle has been working in collaboration with Secco Sistemi for a number of months. The company, which produces advanced fire-proof steel and aluminium glazing systems, has been approved for the fabrication and supply of Secco’s renowned systems in Britain.
Its staff have been fully trained and prepared at Secco’s manufacturing base, which is located north of Venice.
‘We are very excited to also now be supplying Secco Sistemi systems,’ says Wrightstyle’s Jane Embry. ‘Secco’s systems greatly extend our existing ranges – giving specifiers new and exciting avenues for their design creativity.’
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