VitroCSA-The Original Minimalist Window
Goldbrecht, the manufacturer of the structurally glazed Vitrocsa Invisible Wall System, has experienced a high demand for luxury single family homes, but they are now being coveted by an increasing number of architects for multi-family and commercial use.
In 2017, Goldbrecht completed its first luxury high rise project in New York City in collaboration with renowned British architect David Chipperfield on his first New York residential tower. Since the completion of the project, Goldbrecht has continued on with completing more high-rise and multi-family luxury partnerships in New York City and Los Angeles with Bjarke Ingels Group: BIG, Isay Weinfeld, Richard Meier and Associates, and Olson Kundig.
Goldbrecht’s Invisible wall System is currently being installed in West Hollywood at the high-end multi-million-dollar condominium repurposed by Olson Kundig at 8899 Beverly Blvd. All the tower residences will feature the floor-to-ceiling operable Vitrocsa Invisible Wall system, with the Penthouse unit featuring the custom, patented invisible sill threshold. Each homeowner will enjoy expansive views of Los Angeles through the Invisible Wall System.
Goldbrecht’s Invisible Wall System is manufactured in the USA and is distributed all throughout North America, including Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean Islands. The Vitrocsa Invisible Wall System was invented in 1992 in Switzerland, with over 60,000 units installed in over 60 countries. The Invisible Wall System is available as sliding, fixed, pivoting, vertically sliding, turnable corner, and outswing (casement & awning) all with the same matching slim sightlines. The system is thermally broken and is tested in the US to AAMA and WDMA standards and hurricane impact. In addition, the system is tested and certified to NFRC performance standards. VitroCSA.com.