In a convential balcony cabin, the outdoor area can only be used in good weather conditions and at comfortable temperatures. The balcony is only available for the exterior area and limits privacy to the sides.
The idea for a new concept starts right here. The former balcony area becomes a permanent part of the cabins and can be used, in its entirety, while maintaining privacy. Visibility and noise restrictions for neighboring cabins are eschewed. The cabins can be fitted out with high quality furniture. The concept combines the benefits of an open area with those of a large cabin.
The new cabin type is delinated by a horizontally sectioned panoramic glass front. The upper moveable pane can be lowered in front of the fixed lower pane and, together with the movable handrail, then forms a glazed balustrade. The result is a "loggia".
When closed, the two pane elements form a room-height, even and sealed glass facade.
The concept ensures absolute weather resistance and provides a complete locking system.
The frame for the window system is made from seawater resistant aluminum and all moveable parts and fittings are made in stainless steel.
The concept ensures absolute weather resistance and provides a complete locking system. The standard frame for the window system is made from aluminium. The window system is available with a maximum width of 3000mm and in the height of a cabin as required.
The Loggia-Cabin Concept is applied for a patent. A prototype of the system is available.