A new brick frame window is being created by architects and designers from the United Kingdom to help prevent mold growth and help reduce energy consumption on the home floor.
The windows feature an acrylic, copper-plated frame and a plastic shell, but the materials are made from recycled glass and wood.
The project has been named The Brick Frame by architects Domenico Cimini and Richard Taylor, and it will be available for public viewing on September 10, 2018.
The windows feature acrylic, ceramic, and metal-plating materials, all sourced from the local local recycling company.
Each of the two-story windows is approximately 60 feet wide and 10 feet tall, and is composed of a layer of glass and metal covering the main windows.
The glass layer is covered by a thin sheet of copper foil, which is applied on the exterior, as well as a layer made of polyurethane (PE) which is used to make a transparent, breathable coating over the glass.
The polyuretha is then applied to the inside of the windows, which are then covered by ceramic tiles.
The copper and PE are combined with copper and aluminum sheets to create the final frame.
The designers say the windows have a thermal efficiency of nearly 85 percent, with an energy savings of almost 20 percent, compared to using a conventional steel window.
They say that by using recycled materials and plastic shell to make the windows durable, they have created a strong foundation for future innovation.
“The window itself is not a waste product, but a highly recyclable and recyclatable piece of glass that is made from sustainable materials and can be reused,” Ciminis said in a statement.
“The window also has the benefit of reducing the amount of energy needed to move the window from room to room, which makes it ideal for use in the home or office.”
The architects said they designed the windows to minimize the number of moving parts required to move a large window, and to avoid damage to the glass, which would cause the window to collapse.
The project was initially designed for an office space in the United States, but Ciminus and Taylor have expanded the project to include commercial space.
“We will be looking to use this as a base for our larger projects as well,” Taylor said.
“Hopefully we will be able to do a number of projects in the future.”
The designers will also be demonstrating the windows at the London Architecture Biennale, which will take place on September 13 and 14, 2018, at the Royal Albert Hall.
You can find more information about the event on their website.