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Window Guide
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We have supplied windows made out of Jatoba, an exclusive wood, to a princess in Saudi Arabia who wanted the absolute best for her palace! But we have also supplied windows for student apartments. No customer is too big and none are too small...

Our unique design means that we have created an almost maintenance-free window with an unbeatable lifespan. At the same time we have also constructed a window system in which different aluminium and wood profiles can be combined in a large number of options.

We have four models which have become really big sellers: Standard, Haga, Epok and Royal. It is perfectly possible to combine the frames and sashes of the different models. Altogether there are several combinations available which match the specification required. Regardless of whether it involves an office complex in a modern design or an early 20th century building, we have a style to suit. This represents a green light for the architect to "play" with different alternatives. The only limitation on them is their imagination...

Our basic models are presented here:



Leiab Standard window modelAs popular now as then

Stil is the model that has been present since the outset – it has never become out-of-date. In terms of design Stil is characterised by a smooth exterior in which frame, sash and glass are placed in the same web. The purity of style and impression of simplicity fits well with modern design. However, even when trends are running in another direction, Stil remains just as much in fashion. In a functional building from the mid 1950s this window feels absolutely right!



Leiab Haga window modelA pen stroke changed everything

Design-wise, Haga has a somewhat softer image than Stil . The difference is a single stroke of the pen on the drawing which provided an additional five millimetres to the depth of the frame. The little step on the exterior of the frame represents a big difference in terms of design, as the window was given different lines in which shadow formations created more life and movement. A tension which produced a more modern impression and one which has bowled over many an architect! As a result of its softness and modern feel, Haga has often been chosen when constructing new buildings, for example housing.



Leiab Epok window modelPure delight

Epok is classically robust. In this model the frame clearly stands out, giving an impression of the early 20th century. Many people fall for the soft lines and consider the Epok window to be a delight to the eye, in particular if it is fitted with decoration bars. Even though Epok preserves an old rustic style, it also blends into modern environments where contrasts with the new are perceived as exciting and attractive.




Leiab Royal window model

Our newest model with a clean cut design

Royal is our latest model and is based on the popular Epok. Where Epok has a more rustic look, Royal has a clean cut design, with the most prominent feature being the concealed weep holes. Our latest model design came about greatly thanks to our clients’ comments. They have for some time requested a solution with less prominent weep holes - preferably completely concealed ones. This is mainly the case for window replacements in older properties with a more grand design, featuring light coloured windows. The weep holes become less featuring in darker shades. Together with the Architectural team for the new property development in Royal Wharf in London, we developed the Royal model. The challenge was not only in the design, with concealed weep holes and vents, but we also wanted to be able to meet the market’s demands that we make large and therefore heavy windows, whilst still maintaining Leiab’s superior quality that ensures a long service life.


Ving (discontinued)

Leiab Ving window modelFrame profile that stands out

The Ving model received its name from the wing shaped profile of the frame’s exterior and it is without doubt a model that stands out! A distinctive feature of Ving is also the sharp five millimetre fold in the 90 degree angle on the inside and outside of the casement. It creates a lively play of shadows and a modern articulation. The model is often selected by architects who want a frame profile with a different character. Ving fits as well in a converted 1930s building as it does in a modern office building.