Glass is the No. 1 building material for our times. Transparent glass surfaces offer protection and at the same time convey an open, unobstructed sense of space. Creativity, freedom and openness are justifiably associated with glass. Used in facades, glass exploits the best properties of what is a special material – it uses the sun as a free source of light, warmth and energy, and ensures a bright, light and modern look.
With structural glazing, a special bonding technique is used to realise large-scale glass facades without additional frame structures. Thanks to the homogeneous glass surfaces the glass makes the most of its visual appeal.
Exclusive facade appearance
Structural glazing is a glazing technique in which the glass units are bonded to the supporting structure, with completely new design options for the facade.
Topview reduces anisotropy
Put anisotropies out of the picture.
Topview is a low-anisotropy glass that almost completely precludes the disruptive effects of double refraction thanks to the innovative coating developed by our technology brand arcon.
ISOLAR SOLARLUX® A-Type Glass
All good things come in fours
ISOLAR SOLARLUX® A-type glass allows us to cater for individual requirements using glass panes with different technical characteristics within a single building, without detracting from the visual harmony of the facade.
Unique facade designs
Light yet stable – despite their delicate look, cable-supported facades offer strength benefits. Rear-tensioned facades, for example, can even be designed to be blast-proof.
The ultimate visual appeal
Point-fixed facades offer scope for a lot of variation. Both system solutions and project-specific applications are possible.
Design Assist Service
Planning that delivers results
The Design Assist Service offers architects and designers help with the use of glass. It makes planning more efficient and prevents in good time any potential difficulties in the realisation phase.