Color glass-glass modules

  • Multifunctional elements for roofing and facade
  • Protected design through European design patent
  • Color and design integration into the overall picture
  • Homogenous monochrome visual appearance (e.g. black, blue, silver, gold, green, red)
  • Project-specific design and manufacturing

Color spectrum

For this monochrome modules colored solar cells are combined with special glasses. Here a wide color spectrum is available. This enables the use of perfectly harmonized modules as well as to put color accents. The homogenous surface is only discreetly interrupted through the specific structure of the solar cells and its reflections.


In order to achieve an overall aesthetic appearance, different designs are available - cell size, cell color, cover of the rear side of the cells and cut cells can be chosen individually. The embedded crystalline solar cells of renowned manufacturers achieve high efficiency rates.


Our special manufacturing process enables the finishing of the glass elements with screen-printing and special coatings on the glass surfaces 2 and 3. This ideally protects them against weather influences and color fading and keeps their visual appearance and function in the long term.   

Individueller Glasaufbau

Individual glass structure

The glass structure is determined project specific according to static requirements of the specific application area. Here also asymmetric glass structures and the use of laminated safety glass as per Buildings Rules List are possible. For an aesthetic integration or to create singular color accents, colored, printed or coated glasses with additional function can be used.

Size and shape

All modules are project-specifically designed and produced in different shapes and sizes. Possible are inter alia extensive glazing as well as individual small formats. Like this particularities of existing buildings can be considered likewise as those of newly planned buildings.

Individueller Glasaufbau


The glass-glass modules can be installed by means of customary substructures such as post-and-beam constructions, point holders and structural glazing. Electric cables are installed invisibly through covered edge or rear connections.