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Our systems dissolve the boundary between the inside and the outdoors. Our Service team helps everyone in the architectural value chain – with a personal and individual approach. We are the pioneers of solar architecture.

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Our Less Wall Compendium will show you the full scope of our portfolio using a wide range of reference projects – from glass canopies in domestic gardens to architectural icons made of glass and large-scale projects for affordable yet high-end apartment living space.

Less wall? Here’s what a few of your colleagues had to say about the idea.

Less wall? Here’s what a few
of your colleagues had to say about the idea.

Transparency as a counterpoint to a wavy facade (sound insulation included)

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Wintergardens can do more than you think

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“Cloud”
Space – Atrium – Plaza – Zoning

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"The Garden"
Enhancing urban development

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cero III
Maximum transparency, minimal visible profile

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Less wall: Systems by Solarlux

Less wall:

Systems by Solarlux

SL 20e

Glass sliding system

With multiple running tracks for budget-friendly residential construction. Can be extended using all-glass corners.

SL 23

Glass sliding system


With multiple running tracks, for tall buildings, high storeys and extreme wind loads.

SL Plus/Modular

Glazed balcony balustrade


Harmonised extra for installing all glass sliding and slide-and-turn systems on balustrades.

SL 25

Glass slide-and-turn system


With single running track for a flush and closed-off look; for tall buildings, high storeys and high wind loads.

SL 25 R

Glass slide-and-turn system


With single running track for a flush and closed-off look; with framed glass, for tall buildings, high storeys and extreme wind loads.

SL 25 XXL

Glass slide-and-turn system


With single running track for a flush and closed-off look; with extra-large glass surfaces, for tall buildings and high storeys.

SL 20e

Glass sliding system
With multiple running tracks for budget-friendly residential construction. Can be extended using all-glass corners.

SL 23

Glass sliding system

With multiple running tracks, for tall buildings, high storeys and extreme wind loads.

SL Plus/Modular

Glazed balcony balustrade

Harmonised extra for installing all glass sliding and slide-and-turn systems on balustrades.


SL 25

Glass slide-and-turn system

With single running track for a flush and closed-off look; for tall buildings, high storeys and high wind loads.

SL 25 R

Glass slide-and-turn system

With single running track for a flush and closed-off look; with framed glass, for tall buildings, high storeys and extreme wind loads.

SL 25 XXL

Glass slide-and-turn system

With single running track for a flush and closed-off look; with extra-large glass surfaces, for tall buildings and high storeys.

cero I-s

Aluminium

  • Sliding element: 3 x 4 m, up to 12 m²
  • Panel weight: Max. 600 kg
  • U-values: Glass Ug = 1.1 W/m²K, Uw up to 1.35 W/m²K
    Water tightness: Up to Class 9A
    Air permeability: Up to Class 4
    Wind resistance: Up to Class B4

cero II

Aluminium

  • Sliding element: 3 x 4 m, up to 12 m²
  • Panel weight: Max. 600 kg
  • U-values: Glass Ug = 1.1 W/m²K, Uw up to 1.35 W/m²K
  • Water tightness: Up to Class 9A
  • Air permeability: Up to Class 4
  • Wind resistance: Up to Class B4

cero III

Aluminium

  • Sliding element: One side max. 6 m – or up to 15 m² in area – or max. panel weight of 1.000 kg
  • U-values: Glass Ug = 0.5 W/m²K, Uw up to 0.76 W/m²K (passive house standard)
  • Water tightness: Up to Class 9A
  • Air permeability: Up to Class 4
  • Wind resistance: Up to Class C5

cero I-s

Aluminium

  • Sliding element: 3 x 4 m, up to 12 m²
  • Panel weight: Max. 600 kg
  • U-values: Glass Ug = 1.1 W/m²K, Uw up to 1.35 W/m²K
    Water tightness: Up to Class 9A
    Air permeability: Up to Class 4
    Wind resistance: Up to Class B4

cero II

Aluminium

  • Sliding element: 3 x 4 m, up to 12 m²
  • Panel weight: Max. 600 kg
  • U-values: Glass Ug = 1.1 W/m²K, Uw up to 1.35 W/m²K
  • Water tightness: Up to Class 9A
  • Air permeability: Up to Class 4
  • Wind resistance: Up to Class B4

cero III

Aluminium

  • Sliding element: One side max. 6 m – or up to 15 m² in area – or max. panel weight of 1.000 kg
  • U-values: Glass Ug = 0.5 W/m²K, Uw up to 0.76 W/m²K (passive house standard)
  • Water tightness: Up to Class 9A
  • Air permeability: Up to Class 4
  • Wind resistance: Up to Class C5

Ecoline

Aluminium

  • Double glazing
  • Water-tightness: Up to Class 8A
  • Profile: W 99 mm, D 67 mm
  • Budget-friendly
  • Sound insulation: R’w 40 dB
  • Uw ≥ 1.1 W/m²K

Highline

Aluminium

  • Triple glazing
  • Water-tightness: Up to Class 9A
  • Profile: W 99 mm, D 84 mm
  • Suitable for use with large panels and high panel weights
  • Sound insulation: R’w 45 dB
  • Uw ≥ 0.8 W/m²K

Woodline

Wood

  • Triple glazing
  • Water-tightness: Up to Class 7A
  • Profile: W 99 mm, D 86 mm
  • Aluminium profiles; interior clad with solid wood
  • Sound insulation: R’w 42 dB
  • Uw ≥ 1.1 W/m²K

Combiline

Wood/aluminium

  • Triple glazing
    Water-tightness: Up to Class 7A
  • Profile: W 143 mm, D 86 mm
  • Range of solid woods
  • Sustainable: FSC®, PEFC™
  • Sound insulation: R’w 42 dB
  • Uw ≥ 1.0 W/m²K

Megaline

Aluminium

  • Triple glazing
  • Water-tightness: Up to Class 9A
  • Profile: W X99 mm, D 84 mm
  • Suitable for large panel sizes and weights – max. H: 4,500 mm; max. W: 1,500 mm; max. 150 kg per panel
  • Sound insulation: R’w 45 dB
  • Uw ≥ 0.8 W/m²K

Ecoline

Aluminium

  • 2-fach verglast
  • Regendicht bis 8A
  • Profil B 99 mm, T 67 mm
  • Budgetattraktiv

  • Schallschutz: R’w 40 dB
  • Uw ≥ 1,1 W/m²K

Highline

Aluminium

  • Triple glazing
  • Water-tightness: Up to Class 9A
  • Profile: W 99 mm, D 84 mm
  • Suitable for use with large panels and high panel weights
  • Sound insulation: R’w 45 dB
  • Uw ≥ 0.8 W/m²K

Woodline

Wood

  • Triple glazing
  • Water-tightness: Up to Class 7A
  • Profile: W 99 mm, D 86 mm
  • Aluminium profiles; interior clad with solid wood
  • Sound insulation: R’w 42 dB
  • Uw ≥ 1.1 W/m²K

Combiline

Wood/aluminium

  • Triple glazing
    Water-tightness: Up to Class 7A
  • Profile: W 143 mm, D 86 mm
  • Range of solid woods
  • Sustainable: FSC®, PEFC™
  • Sound insulation: R’w 42 dB
  • Uw ≥ 1.0 W/m²K

Megaline

Aluminium

  • Triple glazing
  • Water-tightness: Up to Class 9A
  • Profile: W X99 mm, D 84 mm
  • Suitable for large panel sizes and weights – max. H: 4,500 mm; max. W: 1,500 mm; max. 150 kg per panel
  • Sound insulation: R’w 45 dB
  • Uw ≥ 0.8 W/m²K

SDL Avalis

Aluminium

  • Two design options with slanted or straight roof overhangs
  • Based on multi-laminated, high-quality plates
  • Thermal insulation above the load-bearing level
  • Filigree roof plate sight line
  • Can be combined with bi-folding doors or the cero sliding window
  • Pleasant room climate

SDL Akzent plus

Aluminium

  • Roof pitches of 5° to 45° available
    Quick and easy installation
    Low thermal transmission coefficients thanks to profiles with optimised thermal insulation
    Complies with structural requirements for handling wind and snow loads
    Slender sight lines
    Wide range of combination options

SDL Akzent Vision

Aluminium

  • Roof pitches of 5° to 45° available
  • Internal structural reinforcement
  • Designer rafters with special holes for an airy look
  • Controlled roof system drainage
  • Complies with the latest regulations of the German Building Energy Act (GEG)

SDL Nobiles

Aluminium

  • Roof pitches of 5° to 45° available
  • Internal structural reinforcement
  • Filigree rafter profiles let in plenty of light
  • Can be combined with a wide range of lighting systems

SDL Avantgarde

Wood/Aluminium

  • Interior: Real wood
  • Exterior: Rear-ventilated aluminium covers
  • Roof pitches of 5° to 45° available
  • Triple glazing combination options
  • Wide range of roof and canopy shapes available

SDL Avalis

Aluminium

  • Two design options with slanted or straight roof overhangs
  • Based on multi-laminated, high-quality plates
  • Thermal insulation above the load-bearing level
  • Filigree roof plate sight line
  • Can be combined with bi-folding doors or the cero sliding window
  • Pleasant room climate

SDL Akzent plus

Aluminium

  • Roof pitches of 5° to 45° available
    Quick and easy installation
    Low thermal transmission coefficients thanks to profiles with optimised thermal insulation
    Complies with structural requirements for handling wind and snow loads
    Slender sight lines
    Wide range of combination options

SDL Akzent Vision

Aluminium

  • Roof pitches of 5° to 45° available
  • Internal structural reinforcement
  • Designer rafters with special holes for an airy look
  • Controlled roof system drainage
  • Complies with the latest regulations of the German Building Energy Act (GEG)

SDL Nobiles

Aluminium

  • Roof pitches of 5° to 45° available
  • Internal structural reinforcement
  • Filigree rafter profiles let in plenty of light
  • Can be combined with a wide range of lighting systems

SDL Avantgarde

Wood/Aluminium

  • Interior: Real wood
  • Exterior: Rear-ventilated aluminium covers
  • Roof pitches of 5° to 45° available
  • Triple glazing combination options
  • Wide range of roof and canopy shapes available

SDL Acubis

Aluminium

  • Top-quality design and ingenious engineering concept
  • Invisible 2° roof pitch
  • Low facia – just 253 mm
  • Stand-alone construction or connected to existing architecture
  • Can be extended to form a glass house
  • Comprehensive range of accessories available: lighting, shading, etc.

SDL Alerio

Aluminium

  • Outstanding value for money
  • Roof pitch: 5° to 20°
  • Single glazing made of laminated safety glass with a thickness of 8, 10 or 12 mm
  • Variable pillar positioning
  • Concealed drainage available in pillars
  • System can be expanded using a variety of vertical glazing options to create a closed-off or partially closed-off glass canopy or non-insulated glass house

SDL Atrium Plus

Aluminium

  • For universal use
  • Roof pitch: 5° to 45°
  • Suitable for very large canopy and roof areas
  • Available in almost any shape
  • Can be extended to form a glass house
  • Comprehensive range of accessories available: lighting, shading, etc.
  • With optional roof overhang at side
  • Eaves available with or without roof overhang

SDL Aura

Wood/aluminium

  • Combined benefits: the wood/aluminium classic
  • Roof pitch: 5° to 25°
  • Wood: Spruce
  • Slender dimensions and incredibly sturdy thanks to use of the perfect wooden materials
  • High level of prefabrication
  • Optimum weatherproofing for rafters and eaves thanks to the externally mounted crossbeam
  • Optional roof overhang at side
  • Interior or exterior shading available

SDL Acubis

Aluminium

  • Top-quality design and ingenious engineering concept
  • Invisible 2° roof pitch
  • Low facia – just 253 mm
  • Stand-alone construction or connected to existing architecture
  • Can be extended to form a glass house
  • Comprehensive range of accessories available: lighting, shading, etc.

SDL Alerio

Aluminium

  • Outstanding value for money
  • Roof pitch: 5° to 20°
  • Single glazing made of laminated safety glass with a thickness of 8, 10 or 12 mm
  • Variable pillar positioning
  • Concealed drainage available in pillars
  • System can be expanded using a variety of vertical glazing options to create a closed-off or partially closed-off glass canopy or non-insulated glass house

SDL Atrium Plus

Aluminium

  • For universal use
  • Roof pitch: 5° to 45°
  • Suitable for very large canopy and roof areas
  • Available in almost any shape
  • Can be extended to form a glass house
  • Comprehensive range of accessories available: lighting, shading, etc.
  • With optional roof overhang at side
  • Eaves available with or without roof overhang

SDL Aura

Wood/aluminium

  • Combined benefits: the wood/aluminium classic
  • Roof pitch: 5° to 25°
  • Wood: Spruce
  • Slender dimensions and incredibly sturdy thanks to use of the perfect wooden materials
  • High level of prefabrication
  • Optimum weatherproofing for rafters and eaves thanks to the externally mounted crossbeam
  • Optional roof overhang at side
  • Interior or exterior shading available

Here’s what your colleagues think:

“In contrast to a standard product, deciding to opt for such a product extends from the planning phase right through to construction. Solarlux has been very supportive right from the start.”

Eva Sydow & Jan Schulz
bb22 architekten + stadtplaner

“Its delicate aesthetic reflects our lighting concept, and at the same time the thermally insulated sliding walls provide a sheltered room to while away the hours in, even on cold days.”

Jochen Solbach,
slapa oberholz pszczulny | sop architekten

“In contrast to a standard product, deciding to opt for such a product extends from the planning phase right through to construction. Solarlux has been very supportive right from the start.”

Eva Sydow & Jan Schulz
bb22 architekten + stadtplaner

“Its delicate aesthetic reflects our lighting concept, and at the same time the thermally insulated sliding walls provide a sheltered room to while away the hours in, even on cold days.”

Jochen Solbach,
slapa oberholz pszczulny | sop architekten

 bb22 meets Solarlux

Installation documentary for Lofthaus Molenpark

GRAFT meets Solarlux

Construction documentary for Templiner Straße, Berlin

Less wall –
but more value

Less wall – but more value

The construction value chain

We acknowledge and understand the architectural value chain. More than that: we see ourselves as part of it. As the inventors of the bi-folding door, we know all about the value of reliable, detailed planning and how important it is for installation and assembly. Our contribution to your project will always go above and beyond simply making and providing the product.

A manufacturer of systems

All of our systems are actually made by us – and us alone. Unlike others on the market, we will take the ideas we draw up together with you, and without further ado use them to create a detailed plan and schedule, and manufacture your product ourselves. We’ll even take care of the installation – if you want us to, of course.

Expertise

Here at Solarlux, we know we can always rely entirely on our own expertise – from our measuring technicians to our designers, our developers, and even our in-house installation service, who are experts not only in our own products, but also in the ins and outs of real-estate construction sites and the scheduling requirements involved. If you want, our staff can even provide expert assistance when it comes to your acceptance of works. For us, flexibility isn’t just about the boundaries between spaces. Try us out for yourself and see!

Teamwork

The bridge from us to you: our architects, architectural consultants, technicians and engineers are full-time members of the Solarlux team, and will work closely with our project development staff to give you the best advice possible. But while the symbiosis between our design and engineering staff is impressive, it’s still you who calls the shots.

"The detail makes the design"

What’s that supposed to mean? Well... If we’re not involved in working out the structural connections ourselves, or if we don’t possess the necessary expertise with regard to sound insulation or air circulation rates, when discussing energy and construction aspects, or if you require clarification on structural matters relating to glass or wind loads, we also have our own labs and testing facilities, simulation options, and our network of expert partners helps us handle any technical matters.

The construction value chain

We acknowledge and understand the architectural value chain. More than that: we see ourselves as part of it. As the inventors of the bi-folding door, we know all about the value of reliable, detailed planning and how important it is for installation and assembly. Our contribution to your project will always go above and beyond simply making and providing the product.

A manufacturer of systems

All of our systems are actually made by us – and us alone. Unlike others on the market, we will take the ideas we draw up together with you, and without further ado use them to create a detailed plan and schedule, and manufacture your product ourselves. We’ll even take care of the installation – if you want us to, of course.

Expertise

Here at Solarlux, we know we can always rely entirely on our own expertise – from our measuring technicians to our designers, our developers, and even our in-house installation service, who are experts not only in our own products, but also in the ins and outs of real-estate construction sites and the scheduling requirements involved. If you want, our staff can even provide expert assistance when it comes to your acceptance of works. For us, flexibility isn’t just about the boundaries between spaces. Try us out for yourself and see!

Teamwork

The bridge from us to you: our architects, architectural consultants, technicians and engineers are full-time members of the Solarlux team, and will work closely with our project development staff to give you the best advice possible. But while the symbiosis between our design and engineering staff is impressive, it’s still you who calls the shots.

"The detail makes the design"

What’s that supposed to mean? Well... If we’re not involved in working out the structural connections ourselves, or if we don’t possess the necessary expertise with regard to sound insulation or air circulation rates, when discussing energy and construction aspects, or if you require clarification on structural matters relating to glass or wind loads, we also have our own labs and testing facilities, simulation options, and our network of expert partners helps us handle any technical matters.

We are happy to assist:

The pioneers of solar architecture

We see ourselves as the pioneers of solar architecture – and with the construction of the Solarlux Campus a few years ago, we have proven once again just how much is possible with intelligent climate engineering. Large-scale transparency dissolves the boundaries between inside and the outdoors – but it also offers much more besides. The double-skin facade of the Campus – a combination of the SL 25 sliding glass system and cero sliding windows – acts as a climate buffer zone in summer, while in winter and the cooler months it generates a yield of solar energy. Together with geothermal energy and a cogeneration unit, this brings the Solarlux Campus in line with KfW 55 requirements. The gigantic photovoltaic system on the roofs of the production areas generates an output of 1.5 MWp and covers almost 70% of the building’s electricity requirements. The rest is provided by the cogeneration unit. The resulting carbon offset is more than the combined emissions of 400 four-person households – per year. But our path towards energy neutrality doesn’t stop there. Right now, we are working on a way to use hydrogen as a source of both readily available and stored energy, so we can become completely energy-neutral.

Solarlux Worldwide

We’re always on top of the latest issues – and never far away when you need us. We possess an excellent understanding of climate neutrality, carbon offsetting, sustainability, and of town planning tasks such as densification, repurposing and the retrofitting of buildings. Not to mention our expertise in architectural design! Gather solutions specific to your projects, and gain an insight into the range of services we offer.

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