Stick system curtain wall

Versatile and flexible facades

WICTEC stick system facades are flexible, tried-and-tested and a creative solution among our range of aluminium curtain walling systems. The range of profiles and technical options offers you optimal creative freedom whilst meeting security and specification requirements with the WICONA state-of-the-art technology.


WICTEC stick system curtain walling is a flexible, tried-and-tested and creative solution among the WICONA range of aluminium facade systems. The range of profiles and equipment options offers you optimum creative freedom, whilst meeting security and specification needs with state-of-the-art technology. With a narrow face width of 50mm and 60mm, the system construction lends facades and curtain walling an elegant, filigree appearance. Additional functionality is available for increased security and maximum thermal insulation and can be included simply and inexpensively without sacrificing the pleasing aesthetics. WICONA cover caps are based on a basic system that is easily variable and adaptable with minimal modifications. Different covers contribute to the aesthetics and performance of a building, particularly in terms of weather performance. From passive buildings to mixed load-bearing structures there is a WICONA stick system curtain wall to suit your project needs.

Advantages of choosing stick system facades at a glance

  • Ideal solution for plane, vertical, angled and polygonal curtain walling
  • Suitable for sloped and three-dimensional glass roofs, geometric constructions and conservatories
  • Extensive range for individual design with a wide range of openings
  • Large variety of profiles allowing optimal creative freedom in design
  • Easily enhanced with additional functions like burglar and bullet resistance and fire protection without sacrificing style of pleasing aesthetics
  • Execution is possible using structural aluminium profiles or as an add on system for wooden and steel structures
  • Broad selection of profiles to enable economic adaption to structural needs with the optimal use of materials