Opening Glass Floors: Hinged, Sliding and Retractable
An opening hinged glass floor can serve all kinds of purposes. It can be a subtle divide between a pantry and a wine cellar. It can be an elegant solution to an accessway to lead up to a roof garden. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination. Similarly, retractable glass floors offer this level of functionality, with an added innovative twist. A Cantifix opening glass floor is the premium way to merge interior and exterior spaces alike, and in doing so, merge your visions for your dream property with reality.
These glass floor panels offer all the ventilation and practical applications of our other glass floor products, but without any unnecessary complication in their design. If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it – a retractable, pop-up, or hinged glass floor is a fantastic choice for any design project as an elaborate sliding system. Have a project in mind? Contact us to discuss how to make a hinged glass floor a part of your design.
- Smaller panels are easily operated by hand, and larger, heavier panels can be motorised/operated via remote control if required.
- Can be seamlessly linked with a variety of home automation systems, and smoke/rain detection systems, to facilitate automatic opening and closing in appropriate situations.
- The hinged section of the panel can also function as a balustrade to prevent anything or anyone falling into the open space.
- Available in a wide range of sizes – smaller panels can be easily operated by hand, and larger panels can be installed with motorisation/automation
Why choose an opening glass floor?
- To add a visually stunning and practical glass feature to your home or property
- To add a simple and easy way to improve or adjust ventilation to a space as and when needed.
- To implement all the luxury and quality of a Cantifix solution to your home, without any unnecessary complexity, and whatever your requirements.
Who are opening glass floors for?
- Homeowners who value simplicity, and ease of use in their home features.
- Architects, designers or home planners who want to include a glass solution that incorporates easily controlled ventilation.