For those tasked with working on an historical or listed building, finding a glazing solution which meets regulations can be difficult – but a Cantifix glass link could be the answer. Seamlessly and elegantly combining the old with the new in design, these glass links can highlight the beauty of original structures, while providing a practical glass link between two buildings.
These glass links are some of our most refined work, and represent a culmination of our years of experience and expert precision when it comes to glass design. We understand the planning restrictions in place with older buildings, and will design a solution with you that not only meets requirements, is also aesthetically stunning.
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- Glass links can be combined with moving or opening elements, for practical as well as visual applications. Our PureGlaze range, with its concealed, frameless design, is particularly effective for achieving a minimal appearance.
- Visually unobtrusive: elegant and carefully designed glazing systems can create a seamless, ‘invisible’ effect, ensuring original aesthetics are preserved.
- Heat mirror film and low emissivity glass ensure interior spaces don’t become too hot or cold, preserve old structures, and maintain a pleasant interior climate, regardless of weather.
- Versatile – old to new glass links can be small or large, simple or elaborate, and are custom-designed to suit your specific need.
- Intricately designed – particular care is taken in designing glass links for older buildings, to ensure the frame is fixed to the original buildings in a precise and reliable way.
- Expertly fitted and designed – our years of experience mean that whatever your needs, we can design a glass link that meets them, whatever the scale or complexity.
Why choose a glass link?
- To provide a practical and usable space link between two buildings, while ensuring older architecture is preserved and maintained.
- To highlight or draw attention to particular elements of a listed or classic building, in a visually unobtrusive and appealing way.
- To add a modern element to a traditional structure, whether it’s rural or urban, while meeting any applicable regulations or restrictions.
- To incorporate health-boosting natural light into your designs, and create bright and open spaces.
Who are glass links for?
- Architects or designers working with historical or listed buildings, who need to consider regulations when sourcing new glass installations.
- Home or property developers looking to link two interior spaces with a modern flair to a classic or historical building.
- For designers looking to combine two sections of their structures, in a bold and standout manner, or with a sleek and refined style.