Side Swing windows are typical for houses in Scandinavian countries. Their construction has been adapted to strong winds often present in Northern Europe. The fittings prevent window wings from being pushed out by the wind. These windows open outwards horizontally and it is also possible to turn them by 180 degrees for easier cleaning of the outside glass.
Thanks to opening outwards, the window wings do not take any space inside the room, which allows for the window area to be arranged without any restrictions.