Glass is the most versatile building material we have at our disposal. With various properties and uses, glass continues to open up a world of possibilities and creativity for architects.
Within our own homes, glass plays a big part in our décor and living environment. With more and more homeowners opting for large glass sliding doors and areas, letting in an abundance of natural light and opening up space.
To support this vision, a popular option currently is that of Sky-Frame. Opening up space and offering you more than just a view, Sky-Frame can and does offer you it all. For more information about residential land commercial glass, click here.
Advantages of glass architecture
Modern in appearance
Adding glass to your door architecture fills a room with light and helps create a modern, vibrant look and feel. Compared to other building materials available, glass offers a smooth, polished look and is suitable for properties of all shapes and sizes.
Due to its versatility, it allows architects to create modern homes and unique landmark buildings.
Glass also comes in an array of different types, with clear being the most popular option, you will also find etched, frosted, textured, stained, and more, allowing you to create a perfectly unique vision for your home.
Architectural glazing systems can help to reduce your energy bills, as glass acts as an excellent insulator, helping to conserve energy and ventilate heat throughout your home while keeping cold air out.
You also have the option of installing double and even triple glazing, which can not only help with energy costs, but it also provides a high level of soundproofing.
Sometimes reducing external noise when relaxing inside your home is essential. Noise transmission can be dramatically reduced when you install double or triple glazing.
Laminated and insulated glass can also be used to help absorb and rebound outside noise from busy roads or if you live in a city centre.
Upgrading your glass doors can be essential for security as well as safety reasons. With a range of different glass types available, we recommend that you speak with a professional supplier to find the most suitable glass for you.
For residential properties, double glazing is the most preferred option for door architecture and sliding door solutions. Offering great energy savings and noise reduction, it is also extremely durable and robust.
In commercial settings, glass choice can range from laminated glass, toughened glass, or if you are working in a high-security building, bullet-proof glass could be more appropriate.
You will also find several types of safety glass available, where if safety glass is damaged, it will remain in the frame until a professional team can come to repair and replace the glass.
A brighter living space
As well as appearing great from the outside, glass architecture offers many benefits for the residents inside.
Helping creates a warm and welcoming environment, maximising the volume of natural light coming into your home.
Increasing the amount of natural light we are exposed to is a natural mood enhancer, so we feel better, and in-office environments, we are more productive too.
Bring the outside in when you add glass to your architectural designs.
Good for the environment
Glass is 100% recyclable; it won’t degrade when it is recycled, and it can be used repeatedly without reducing its quality or purity. This is why glass is the material of choice for most building and construction work today, that and glass is also rust-resistant! Offering you an eco-friendly solution for your home.
Easy to maintain
Glass architecture is straightforward and easy to maintain. Dustproof and cleaned using warm water and a mild detergent, you can remove any fingerprints and smudge marks in no time.
Creating an open and modern design adding glass to your architecture can bring you many advantages. Used across both modern and traditional buildings worldwide, the use of architectural glazing systems helps to create a unique and aesthetically pleasing appearance. Allowing you to enjoy more natural light within your home and commercial environment, glass is long-lasting and a staple in architectural design today.
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