Our history is bound to that of some of the most beautiful and elegant Italian architecture achievements. We had the privilege of contributing to their aesthetic and functional revival, thanks to the great technical knowledge gained over the years and most of all, thanks to our love for beauty.

Beauty and elegance are timeless concepts, ahead of stylistic limits imposed by fashion. Our purpose is to give shape to these concepts.

Beauty and elegance inspire us in the design, in the choice of colours and materials, in finding technical and aesthetic solutions designed to last. Every time we succeed, the emotion is great! The same emotion that we want to convey to with our collection of windows.


Eurolegno qualified its products with the prestigious IFT Roshenaim certificate and finalized the procedure for CE marking of all its products, in order to ensure the consumer the respect of EU regulations such as:
UNI-EN 12210 (resistance to wind stress);
UNI-EN 177/1 (thermal insulation);
UNI-EN 12207 (insulation and air tightness);
UNI-EN 12208 (resistance against seepage).


Eurolegno Windows is present in the following countries:

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Our company produces wood windows since 1988, started as a carpenter’s workshop, in a few years time, Eurolegno became a leader in the production of windows and doors. Over time there have been numerous prestigious works, also in the field of restoration of national importance, which allowed the Eurolegno to be known among the most qualified Italian and German construction companies.
We propose you a list of our most interesting works:

•Basilica of Superga, erected by the famous late-baroque architect Filippo Juvarra between 1717 and 1731, Turin;
• The “Muse” Theatre, Opera House, Ancona;
• Vistarino Palace, designed by architect Francesco Croce, famous for the spires of the Milan Cathedral, between 1740 and 1760, Pavia;
• University of Novara, Novara;
• Ina Assitalia Insurance headquarters, Corso Italia, Rome;
• Alicorni Palace, historic residence,Via Borgo Santo Spirito, Rome;
• De Renzi Palace, Piazza Mazzini, Rome;
• Lazio Lungotevere Rowing Club, Rome;
• Villa Patrizia Hotel, Rome;
• Italian Finance Police headquarters, Rome;
• Valentini Palace, headquarters of the Province of Rome, Piazza Venezia, Rome;
• Colonna Anticoli Palace, historic residence, Aquila;
• Gavignano Castle, Frosinone;
• Venaria Reale Borgo Castello, ex residence of the Italian monarch, Turin;
• Spallanzani Palace Hotel, Milan;
• Italian Banking Association headquarters, Milan;
• Villa Sarsina, Anzio;
• Salesian Institute “Don Bosco”, prestigious private school, Perugia;
• Salini Group headquarters, Corso del Popolo, Terni;
• Candiotti Palace, historic residence, Foligno;
• Ecolovanio Parioli, Rome;
• Ecomonti Parioli Largo Monti Parioli, Rome;
• Embassy of Brazil PIazza Navona, Rome;
• Institute Salesian Don Bosco, Perugia;
• So.ges.hit, Perugia;
• Salini Group Corso del Popolo, Terni;
• Reale Mutua Palace Boncompagni Street, Rome;
• SAC Villa Blanc Street Nomentana, Luiss University MBA, Rome;
• New City Palace, Florence;
• Al Kawari Villa, Doha;
• Private Villa Motor City, Dubai;
• Private Villa Badia, Dubai;
• Private Villa Hemerites Hills Montgomery Entrance, Dubai;
• Volume One Caffè La Perla, Doha;
• Al Bobtain Tower, Kuwait;
• Private Villa, Teheran;

These works are the demonstration of a technical heritage of first level in this sector, adapting to the best actual technologies, in order to ensure adequate performance to the needs of the times.