LIBART’s vision is to be the global leader in operable architectural solutions utilizing glass glazed structures, for architects, consultant, and contractors. Structures and systems that allow for Indoor Comfort Security and Outdoor Freedom Spaces in the same location.
LIBART’s international headquarters and 6,000 sqm manufacturing facility is located in Istanbul. Libart systems are also manufactured by Stoett industries in Ohio - US, to serve the USA and Canadian markets. All systems provided by Libart, are internally designed, engineering and built to site and project-specific requirements and engineering to meet to most stringent international building and safety standards.
Decades of Architectural experience and expertise let us transpire the ideas of our customers into existence.
Architectural fervor is at the heart of our company. We are advancing every aspect of our business with innovation
We are going offbeat, research instensively, try new things. Nothing is ever “good enough.” We pave the way in industry
The most important asset for Libart is trusting each other. Working as a team leads to best decisions.
Through partnerships we enlarge mutual benefits
Committed to transparency
Believing transparency for one reason: there is no place for masking information, more information leads to better outcome
We share the same spirit
We strongly believe in self-improvement in every aspect.
We share our successes by giving back. To our teammates, to our industry, to the community around us – to people who can use the help.
Team Libart at BAU 2019
Libart equip architects with the tools that augment their imagination of multi-function spaces and shape environments replete with natural light. Retractable structures, glass facade system, retractable skylights, retractable roofs, retractable windows, retracting doors, guillotine windows, pool enclosures are just a few solutions but our range of services stretch with the modern architectural designs and innovative ideas which are at the helm of Libart. We are working to be your reference source for Motion in Architecture.