When you stand near these windows, it isn’t cold.
We live where the jets go by, and you don’t even hear them.
“It’s 18° below outside but
we’re still toasty.”
“Great finish, and the glass
qualities are superb.”
“Really well built and designed.
It’s all super durable.”
Windows should expand architectural possibilities, not limit them. Zola’s extensive library of configurations and options empowers designers and owners to create great architecture.
The same principles that make Zola windows energy efficient also create comfort and quiet. As a leading North American supplier of Passive House windows, we know the science of performance.
With 100s of completed projects and satisfied customers from coast-to-coast, Zola is the leading provider of European windows and doors in North America. We make the process of window selection, customization, and installation smooth.
Zola has supplied more US Passive House projects than any other window manufacturer. We offer Passive House windows in aluminum, uPVC, wood, and clad wood frames, including our ZNC™ line, the first window to be certified by both PHIUS and PHI.
From tilt and turn to awning windows, from sliding to folding doors, from fixed windows to custom entrance doors, Zola Windows are fully customizable. And with four frame materials to choose from, they fit most budgets, too.
Our replica-quality tribute to the historic double hung window, American Heritage SDH™ combines a lower tilt & turn assembly with a fixed upper, maintaining the style and proportions of a traditional double hung window while providing modern performance and functionality.
A revolutionary door solution for wide uninterrupted glass expanses, LiftSlide doors lift out of their track and gasket system to glide effortlessly open or closed. This function makes very large moving sashes feasible and ensures a very tight seal when sash is lowered and locked.
High performance windows mean no drafts, no condensation, and no feeling cold—even right next to big glass. Can you spot which Brooklyn row house sports Zola windows? See how those blue windows contrast with the bright red of the home’s old entry door?
In its article, "Energy-efficient house embraces panoramic views of Puget Sound," Inhabitat features the House on the Cove by Stephenson Design Collective.
PRODUCTS Magazine recently highlighted one of the most beautiful, historic buildings on which we’ve had the privilege to collaborate.
The CNN Business story, “Making an old home healthier for you and the environment,” showcases Baxt|Ingui-designed projects, including Garden Place, the first Passive House retrofit of an historic landmark building in New York City.