Townhouse Cessange, L uxembourg of Metaform
What would be only the contemporary architecture without the glass insert! Glass walls, glass floors and roof glazing are practical and stylish additions to the architectural appearance of a building. Glass gives every room exclusive lightness and transparency. The trademark of nightclubs, museums, panorama towers and concert halls is increasingly used in private homes. Glass gives the living and office space a deeper impression of space. What properties, advantages and disadvantages has a roof and Floor with glass insert , we tell you in this article.
Floor with glass insert gives a feeling of lightness
Glass bottom of Glass Master
Experience the space three-dimensionally with a roof or Floor with glass insert ! Glass elements come in different designs. They are generally divided into 2 groups – laminated floors (laminated with covering or reflecting foil) and glass tile elements. Both options guarantee you a deeper spatial effect. Glass processing has been modernized in recent years. Glass plates are sandblasted and the colors for colored glass vary widely. The thickness of the bottom glass plates is calculated according to load and intended use. Individual light and color relationships are achieved through the use of colored glass. Slip-resistant coatings and excellent impact resistance are guaranteed. You can choose between transparent, translucent or matt glass. Likewise, the gluing the glass plate with a desired motif is possible.
Glass ensures individuality
Cetatuia Loft, Brasov, Romania by Ion Popusoi + Bogdan Preda
In architecture and interior design, laminated safety glass is used for roof glazing. It is offered in different configurations. VSG usually consists of two or more glass panes and an intermediate layer of PVB film. In special cases, plastic discs are used. When manufactured in an autoclave, the glass and foil merge under heat and high pressure to form a stable unit. If glass ceilings are effectively lit, the result is a artful architectural ensemble !
Insert glass shelves and glass ceiling – a step for more transparency
Silk Hill House in Lafayette Hill from Metcalfe Architecture & Design
Glass floor tiles usually come with rectangular contours. They make the room appear larger and more spacious and look very decorative. The installation of glass plates and tiles is relatively simple – it just needs a hole to be cut at the desired location of the floor. Then the frame is adjusted with the glass plate. However, the use of a glass floor depends on the specific room situation. Glass can be used excellently as an element of the stairs. Glass stairs provides a high level of security and blend in perfectly with each modern buildings or institution. A glass floor can be a bit slippery when wet. Tiles are in contrast relatively non-slip. New non-slip surfaces are ideal for floors and stairs and create a great visual effect.
Walk-in transparent level with breathtaking panoramic views
Justin Bieber’s new home, Mills studio
Glass bottom plates are popular for their excellent anti-slip and scratch-resistant properties. But they also have a high resistance to static and dynamic loads. Matte glass shelves provide the privacy you want and add a dramatic touch to the decor. If you want to set an accent that would captivate everyone, choose a filigree home accessory made of pure glass or colored glass – a floor vase, for example. In the market different acrylic furniture can be found, which has the futuristic look of the roof and Floor with glass insert stress.
Glass floor and ceiling
Of the Floor with glass insert Visually open the space and bring nature into it. This intensifies the communication between inside and outside. Another advantage is the fact that glass shelves can be recycled up to 100%.
Glass floors are considered practical, functional, unusual and very decorative
The Lemperle Residence, California ,null, Jonathan Segal
Opaque glass creates privacy, pure glass can dazzle your eyes
Project of Lucid Glass Studio
The glass bottom – waterproof, easy to clean and with antibacterial effect
Glass bottom of Glass Master
Non-slippery surfaces are to be preferred
Walk-in glass with depth effect, complemented by warm wood tones
Modern bathroom interior – ornamental glass panel with integrated light
Structural glass construction panel
Rue Vignon project of Michael Herrman
Sandblasted glass plates
Floor and roof glazing
Accessible laminated safety glass – Apartment in Luxembourg from Metaform
Double floor made of glass in country house ambience
Glass in combination with light has unique aesthetic qualities – Beck Within Interiors
Glass tiles with texture
Transparent stairs with glass steps House in Venice by Ehrlich
Floor with Glaseinsazt – pebbles as a decorative glass Master
Anti-slip float glass plate
Glass floor allows daylight into the house
Glass insert allows light transmission from the bottom of MOOARC