Framed Glass Walls
Whilst some like the seamless elegance of a frameless glass wall, many prefer framed options as they create a unique and on-trend look. These stunning glazing options frame your view of the outside, and turn each panel into an individually framed outlook.
An ideal solution for larger, or more extensive projects, a framed glass wall offers additional structural integrity – frames can provide support for larger panes of glass, enabling our clients to realise their vision, no matter how grand. The effects can be astonishing and unique.
This is all achieved without the loss of visual quality; the addition of glass beams can provide support while reducing the visual impact of the framework, and add an unforgettable quality to your property. For the ultimate glass solution, we can even support glass using the glass structure itself – a technique which we pioneered in 1991 termed structural glazing. Therefore you do not need to worry that a framed glass wall might be bulky or unappealing – these designs have been created specifically with aesthetics and design in mind.
- Easily combined with our range of glass doors – sliding, bi-fold and pivot – to facilitate elaborate glass extensions
- We offer a range of support and framing options, including steel, aluminium, or even glass beams
- Framework that can be visually striking, or minimised for a seamless effect
- All the coating and fire-rating options of our whole range are available
- Films can be included between panes to reduce heat transfer, and create switchable or heated glass
Why choose framed internal glass wall?
- The framing of these options offer an impressive visual quality to glass walls
- The extra support offered by these glass solutions make them ideal for larger scale projects
- Make your project or property stand out, and draw attention to the elegance of your Cantifix solution
Who are framed interior glass walls for?
- Homeowners looking for a glazing solution which can offer everything from unobtrusive integration, to bold visual impact
- Architects and designers working on designs and projects which require supporting and structurally integral architectural glazing