RDsign Studio

Dear architect, it is not entirely the case, as the fire code discusses various scenarios for avoiding fire glazing. One of them is the use of sprinklers, but this is suitable for residences mainly in high-rise buildings, as such equipment is required in them anyway. As for lower residential buildings, this can be addressed by using "fire strips" on the facade between individual fire sections. Such a strip prevents the fire from spreading along the facade between openings. It can take the form of a parapet, balcony ledge, etc., with the condition that the perimeter of this construction must be at least 900mm.