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Thanks to their exclusive finishing expertise and passion for details, Astec is well-known for interior design elements.
Photo Sébastien Patron
Built in the fifties and renovated for the first time in the eighties, this building is located in Treviso in the refined San Vito square.
To the north-west of Villa Badoer Trissino are located greenhouses and rustics which extend in a barn of fourteen arches of the late '800, overlooking a vast courtyard enclosed by embattled nineteenth century walls.
It was chosen a cladding made in bent sheets - material CORTEN for the redevelopment of this building site in Verona.
Windows in ABX ® T50 series.
Building with modern lines that has achieved outstanding results in terms of getting the coveted certification energy class A +.
Radical restructuring with the use of windows ABX ®.
ABX Architectural Bronze
Entrances, windows, cladding and windows ABX ® series L80.
Founded in 1983, Astec is a leader in the design and manufacture of metal fenestration products, known for its expertise in creating versatile, unique solutions that meet the needs of demanding architects, clients, and projects.
Choosing Astec means:
Over the years Astec has acquired extensive experience with materials such as copper alloys, steel, Cor-ten steel and stainless steel and the possibilities each one offers for unique architectural solutions.
Astec is particularly known for its work with Architectural Bronze and Stainless Steel, and its ability to give these materials a range of looks and feels, forms and finishes, from modern to ancient, warm to austere.
Astec has a 25-year history of bringing its trademark bronze character to museums, historical buildings, banks, hotels, vineyards, churches, and villas all over the world.
Astec's AST® architectural steel products are used in both historic restorations and high-impact contemporary architectural projects, and can be treated with a wide variety of finishes.
Best known for its work in bronze and steel, Astec carries out its production in accordance with the requirements of UNI EN ISO 9001:2000, the European CE mark and the United States' ASTM standards.Astec continually brings its unique combination of Old World craftsmanship and high-tech expertise to products ranging from windows and doors, skylights, staircases, cladding, and custom façade systems. Its engineers and specialists continually delight clients in need of solutions that can only be realized through the rare combination of engineering prowess and an artisan's touch.
Design is everywhere and the historical "rifle barrel" Smith & Wesson
finishing for windows, explored and realized with Peter Marino Architects, is emblematic of Astec's extraordinary capability to transform architects' inspiration into reality.