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Feel the light

Feel the light

Van Ruysdael glass restores the essential energy balance in built heritage. It is fundamentally thinner, stronger, lighter and more beautiful. 


At the speed of light, it reflects warmth directly to where it is desired. Using less material and lasting longer, the result is significantly better. We need less. And better. 


With this prospect, we no longer speak of an ecological footprint, but of space created for what truly matters.  

Van Ruysdael's mission is to create an appealing and healthy environment for today's and future generations investing in cultural heritage
Our Mission

Photo Paolo Pellegrin

Our mission

For over two decades Van Ruysdael believes in the right to live in an appealing and healthy living environment – not only for today’s generation, but also for future generations. In keeping with this, we invest in our cultural heritage, our environment and our well-being, all which are of inestimable importance.

We pursue this goal by developing products and transferring knowledge, maximising the number of people who can enjoy the benefits of a secure, appealing and healthy living environment.

Van Ruysdael Glass preserves cultural heritage and beauty through high-performances and preservation of original windows

Van Ruysdael glass

Van Ruysdael has worked diligently to facilitate the preservation of cultural heritage through significant contributions for the benefit of people and the environment. One of the tangible results is the unique high-performance glass for the preservation of original windows.


The extraordinary features of Van Ruysdael glass adapt to any size, form and architectural style.

Fully upgradable to meet the highest demands. Van Ruysdael sets the standard in historical glazing for original windows since 1999.

Van Ruysdael Project, Huis Nolet in Schiedam - The Netherlands, shows the beauty of original windows

Company's history

Trompert's Van Ruysdael, established in 1999, has become one of Europe’s leading research institutes for the preservation of historic window culture.

Many connoisseurs have asked him to bring new life to original windows, whose glory have been faded. His expertise is sought after by architects, builders and heritage owners. In 2002 he patented his Van Ruysdael glass and not long after completed both the Dutch and French National Parliaments with his glass.


Ever since, Van Ruysdael has become the reference in window restoration and is starred in Europe’s finest built heritage.

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