History & Philosophy
Vitrocsa embraces a simple philosophy – that less is more. Meticulous engineering, designed to be housed within the structure, allows enornmous panels of glass to be moved and hidden away.
This unique solution offers an opportunity for architects and designers to create expansive, uninterrupted views, maximising the connection between interior spaces and their surrounds.
Eric Joray, a swiss mechanical engineer and ex-watchmaker, developed Vitrocsa in 1992 where every component, detail and junction was reduced to its bare essentials in a quest for simplicity.
The Vitrocsa system uses glazing as a structural element. All tracks and frames are hidden within the architecture, enabling the slimmest frames to support the largest panes of glass.
Brought to Australia in 2008 by a passionate team with an extensive building and architecture background, Vitrocsa is manufactured in Australia to Swiss and Australian standards. Vitrocsa has been specified in award winning and state-of-the-art commercial and residential projects across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.