Frameless glass structures to enhance the aesthetics of a space and increase natural light.
Frameless glass structures provide an opportunity to enhance the aesthetics of any architecture, especially when structural performance and light penetration can be combined.
Such solutions often mean that the traditional edge framing needed to support the glazing becomes redundant. The principal support in frameless glass structures is then derived through “point fixed” connections, where flush faced stainless steel bolts are fixed through the glass panes back to a primary support, which can also be made of glass.
The use of glass fins and beams are then factored into the design providing for clean lines and flush frameless finishes for any solution.
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