Schüco x Capral Aluminium

Schüco x Capral Aluminium

Schüco x Capral Aluminium

Capral Aluminium is a proud distributor of Schüco aluminium and thermally broken systems within Australia.

Schüco aluminium and thermally broken window and door systems are recognised internationally as best in class, delivering unprecedented style, large spans and excellent thermal performance.

Capral's selection of Schüco window, door and façade systems have been carefully selected for the Australian market.

Showroom Locations

Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.

Melbourne - Architectural Design Showroom
Darwin - Aluminium Centre Showroom
Adelaide - Aluminium Centre Showroom

Projects Featuring Schüco x Capral Aluminium Products

Latest Schüco x Capral Aluminium News

Protecting coastal views in Mosman

Everyone loves living by the water. However, the challenge of coastal exposure can cause a lot of hidden damage. Thankfully, Capral has the solution.

The South Australian sandstone villa with complete acoustic harmony

Premium Schüco aluminium window systems forge a strong connection with the outdoors while also sealing out bustling noise in this South Australian sandstone villa.

Heritage haven: The beachside paradise turned family oasis

For the owner-builder of the Henley Beach House, family is everything. Every detail of the stunning home is designed to further family living – but the innovative window and door systems steal the show.

Floor-to-ceiling views at Middleton Surf Shack

High-performance Schüco window, door and curtain wall systems create flowing, comfortable interiors in this stunning beachside residence.

Innovative glazing elevates this seafront jewel

With daring use of glazing centred on a striking glazed roof section, the Boat Shed in South East Adelaide combines natural beauty with technical excellence to create a memorable seaside spectacle.

Kew Villa McManus Lew Architects CC Emily Barlett back deck

A Sixties Reformation By McManus Lew Architects

How McManus Lew Architects have breathed new life – and space – into a 1960s unit, transforming it into a home.