Structural Glass

Structural Glass Featured

Embraced by professionals for the minimal sightlines and transparency, structural glass walls are typically comprised of spanning structural glass mullions that support face glass. The two primary approaches are gravity-based systems, one with the load bearing to the base of the system, and the other a suspended glass system that hangs from the primary structure. When the height of the systems exceed the ability of the glass to support the compressive loads, the glass wall is suspended from the structure.