The Italian company is a worldwide leader in the production of designer systems for doors, windows and facades, providing architects with a beautiful and exciting range of design options.
Secco Sistemi’s range comprises slimline, cold rolled, thermally broken steel systems, in an array of finishes, including brass.
Secco Sistemi systems are specified worldwide for the refurbishment of historic buildings and, reflecting Italian design excellence, for new-build retail and urban architecture.
Wrightstyle has been working in close collaboration with Secco Sistemi for several months, with Wrightstyle staff being trained at Secco’s manufacturing base just north of Venice.
“Secco have also been to our Devizes facilities and fully approved Wrightstyle for the fabrication and supply of their highly-technical systems,” said Jane Embury, Wrightstyle’s marketing director.
Secco has over 60 years of experience in the design of architectural systems, and each year supplies some 200,000 doors and windows across Europe.
Wrightstyle is a leading supplier of advanced steel and aluminium glazing systems to mitigate against fire, or ballistic and bomb attack – with recent completions from the USA to Asia, and from Europe to Australasia.
FOTO: Christian Charisius
“We are very excited to also now be supplying Secco Sistemi systems, because they offer very beautiful options for architects to incorporate into their designs,” said Jane Embury.
“Combining strength with slimline profiles, and with a range of options and finishes, Secco’s systems greatly extends our existing ranges – giving specifiers new and exciting avenues for their design creativity,” she said.
For more information check out our Secco Slimline product page here.
All pictures courtesy of Secco Sistemi from their European Customers/Fabricators.