Avino S-Timber Window

The ultimate modern timber window by Avino

Maximise light and beauty within your architectural designs with this modern timber window from the Avino S-Timber range. Crafted with the same meticulous attention to detail as the rest of the Avino S-Timber range, the modern timber window offers the slimmest timber window frame of only 5cm. This matches the rest of the range for a modern and cohesive window and door design throughout an entire space. 

Due to the minimal sightlines and blended elegance of the timber window system, it is the ideal specification choice for contemporary architectural projects.

Locking is fully integrated into the minimal timber frame with a slim lever handle providing effortless security to the opening. Further levels of security can be integrated into the timber sliding door thanks to the MVS which brings closure sensors into the profiles which can then be integrated into the building’s security system.  

This is not a lift and slide door. The Avino S-Timber Sliding Door is a sliding door system, set on high-quality stainless-steel rails and wheels. The simple sliding action is smooth, allowing the timber sliding doors to glide open at a touch.  

Flush thresholds are essential to modern living and the Avino S-Timber Sliding Door matches that desire perfectly. The internal and external floor finishes flow freely across the base frame of the wooden sliding door. No level changes or dips in the floor are visible, allowing the easy movement across the sliding door threshold for all users.  

Take functionality further with integrated fly screens or venetian blinds that blend perfectly into the timber framing of the Avino S-Timber sliding door.

The Avino S-Timber Window is available as a tilt and turn window or a fixed window. Both options offer slim timber sightlines, available with a range of internal and external finishes. The slim frame of the timber windows offers a modern aesthetic to the timber window while offering the interior design the beauty of the various timber finishes.  

All interior finishes can be designed to match the internal timber profile for a fully harmonious biophilic design.  

With all timber finishing options sourced sustainably and from native forests where possible, this modern timber window is the perfect solution for any modern architectural project.  

Each timber window is made bespoke, to exacting detail. The finishes, handles and ironmongery are all crafted to the highest levels of performance and quality. Every element is carefully constructed to ensure exceptional quality, durability and longevity,  

 With triple glazing as standard, the modern timber window offers Uw values from 0.79 W/m2K to easily reach the requirements for thermal insulation. The timber window can also be used in conjunction with a passivhaus level of performance thanks to its insulation and air tightness.    

Why not combine the opening Avino S-Timber Window with one of our bespoke timber window boxes for a timber window seat that offers ventilation. 


Internal Finishes

The internal face of the Avino-S Timber Window can be chosen from a range of timber, metal or bespoke finishes. Our catalogue details the curated options possible with even more finishes available on request. Our Atelier Studio can select bespoke finishes for you to match the interior design of a room. That allows all interior finishes from ceilings, walls, floors and furniture to match the internal frames of the windows.

External Finishes

Externally, the modern window is finished with classical and minimal detailing. The outer frame is capped with aluminium profiles that are crafted to the exact requirements of the project. The finish of these outer frames can be chosen for each project from a range of RAL PPC finishes or unique anodised surfaces.

Maximum Sizes

The slim framed tilt and turn window or fixed window is possible at a maximum size of 120kg per window, with a maximum height of 3.2m. Much larger and bespoke panel shapes are possible with the Avino-Invisio frameless glass system which is available in any size and shape and designed to complement the Avino timber range.  

Handle Options

The lever handle of the Avino S-Timber Window has been perfectly crafted to sit on the 5cm face of the window leaf. The handle activates the stainless-steel locking mechanism withing the frame, activating the integral stainless-steel mushrooms which fix into the pre-fixed positions within the fixed frame. The handle is available with a square or oval rosette and is possible in black, silver or textured grey.  


This modern timber window has been designed with the highest quality materials and engineering practices to create a beautiful window system that works for its application. The system is fully tested for air permeability, water resistance, wind resistance, acoustic performance as well as thermal insulation.  

Passivhaus Window Performance

For projects being designed to passivhaus principles, the Avino S-Timber Window is a slimline alternative to the chunky composite you see elsewhere. With only 5cm of frame, the windows are minimal and beautifully crafted from bespoke materials. And with Class 4 air permeability and Uw values of 0.79 W/m2K the wooden windows can be integrated into passivahaus projects to achieve all performance goals.

Matching Doors

The Avino S-Timber range includes this modern timber window as well as typical opening doors and sliding doors, all with the same 5cm framework.  

Further Reading

Timber and Biophilic Design

Biophilia has been used in interior architectural design for many years, bringing nature into the home boosting a sense of wellbeing and comfort.   

As a soft and natural material, timber possesses the qualities that humans associate with trees, shelter and warmth, all of which equate to why timber remains a popular building material spanning millennia...

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Sliding vs Lift and Slide Doors

Sliding doors and lift and slide doors are both considerable options for projects in need of the best sliding systems. Both systems have advantages that may be used by an architect to enhance a design...

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