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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


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Award winning access to the roof terrace by LAMILUX


gardens are rare, a rooftop terrace or patio is becoming a popular design choice. For such rooftop projects, a new dimension of roof access is offered by the LAMILUX Flat Roof Access Hatch Comfort range, designed to give a generous daylight intake in attic apartments alongside convenient access to the roof terrace creating an air of grace and beauty both internally and externally. Featuring unrestricted use as a natural ventilation device and convenient access to the roof terrace, the indoor climate also benefits from the high energy efficiency of the range thanks to the thermally broken frame and excellent air tightness values. The fourth, and newest addition to


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the Access Hatch Comfort repertoire the Square, makes it possible, for the first time, to also use spiral and platform staircases underneath. Until now, access to the roof was


n densely populated urban areas of the cities, where the number of floors in housing is sometimes limited and private


limited to straight stairways due to the elongated rectangular shape of the roof access hatch range. The Square only takes 45 seconds for the concealed hydraulic drives to silently open the 4 m² glass element of the skylight by 70°. The new Flat Roof Access Hatch Comfort Square is the latest LAMILUX product to


become an impressive recipient of the Red Dot Design Award in 2021, where the international jury only award the coveted seal of quality to products that exhibit outstanding design.


01284 749051 sales@lamilux.co.uk


ADF AUGUST 2021


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