Total visibility and light are the unique features of TUTTAVISTA, the programme for minimal design sliding systems, thanks to which Master Italy is establishing important collaborations all over the world with distributors of accessories and architecture studios with the aim to create projects of excellence in terms of design and manufacture quality. One of these partnerships is that established by Master, for many years now, with the Ayuso Group, specialised in the extrusion and distribution of aluminium profiles in Spain and in many foreign countries, which this year led to the realisation of an important design project, the Las Jaras residence in Madrid designed by architect Eugenio Cuesta Baile of the MASAKI & KJOLV studio.
“This project is the result of the close collaboration between our company and the Ayuso group in recent years, thanks to which TUTTAVISTA is establishing itself also in Spain as a high-end solution, able to meet the construction requirements of exceptional projects such as this magnificent villa in Las Jaras,” said Jose Antonio Sanchez Sales Manager of Master Italy in Spain. “
TUTTAVISTA solutions are suitable for large glazed openings, with very small profile sizes and high weights. Master Italy has developed sets of adjustable stainless steel trolleys with capacities of 250, 500 and 750 kg per sash, with great ease of installation and smooth and silent manoeuvrability. The possibility of motorisation of the TUTTAVISTA system also allows us to offer solutions that can be integrated with home automation systems, which are increasingly used”.
“Thanks to our collaboration, the architects of MASAKI & KJOLV have managed to integrate the physical limits of the interior of this villa, through the minimalist, elegant and discreet lines of TUTTAVISTA which frame the landscape and incorporate it into the interior” are the words of Lidón Castellanos and Bruno Prieto, members of the Architecture Staff of the Ayuso group. “At the same time, the high thermal and acoustic performance of the system allowed us to achieve high levels of comfort in every room of the villa, creating a project that today stands as an example of design and minimalism”.
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