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Create architecturally stunning designs with structural glass links

Friday 29th October, 2021

October is a month of contrasts: the last warm rays of summer replaced by a cooler autumn sun and leaves changing from rich greens to rusty browns. In nature these contrasts are effortlessly seamless, in architectural projects they pose more of a challenge. Consider, for example, how to link a new extension to an older property without visual discord. The answer lies in glass.

Structural glass links are a sophisticated way to connect two structures and create architecturally stunning designs.

From the old to the new

Structural glass links offer an effective and stylish way of connecting two separate spaces or buildings. Particularly popular in heritage projects with a new build element, glass walkways can create harmony between the juxtaposing aesthetics of traditional and modern architecture, creating a corridor from the past to the present.

Made to measure

Bespoke glass links can provide the perfect solution to your design challenge. A full glass construction linking two buildings together with frameless glass walls and a connecting glass roof may be the option for you. If you require openings such as doors in your glass links, these can be integrated into the structural glass construction. Fixing methods can also be selected to suit project needs. And with the glass panels cut to size using CNC technology, you can be assured of a perfect fit.

Practically perfect

Structural glass links are eminently practical. They can be insulated by double or triple glazing, providing protection from undesirable elements such as wind and rain. Glass links also let in natural light, contributing to energy savings and boosting wellbeing.

Whether you’re looking to highlight the aesthetics of a structure or completely transform it, structural glass links are the ideal product for your architectural project.

Contact Tufwell Glass today on 01293 533 533 or at sales@tufwell.co.uk to find out more.

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