Transparent Design can offer a custom made double glazed partitioning system FULL GLASS 80. The system, complying with modern architectural requirements, makes for a more effective use of natural sunlight and visual harmony of the designed areas.

Structure

Just 80 mm thick and without any vertical support elements, the partitioning system offers full-view transparency and its double glazed panels ensure an enhanced acoustic performance.

The framework is made of aluminium in various finishes: anodized aluminium finish or powder coated to any RAL colour. We can integrate frameless swing glass doors or aluminium framed glass doors for better acoustic performance.

Size

With a strong aluminium framework, glass panels can have various sizes, depending on the width of the glass walls and the access to the designed area.

Types of Glass

Depending on the budget and the range of acoustic performance, we can use 8-10-12 mm thick double glazed glass, PVB laminated glass 44.1/55.1/66.1 or special laminated glass SILANCE /STRATOPHONE for enhanced acoustic performance.

Depending on your design requirements, you can choose from a wide selection of glass finishes:

  • Clear float glass/ ultra-clear
  • Chemically sandblasted glass
  • Laminated glass-clear/ with a matte interlayer
  • Coated glass with pattern/ digitally printed

Double glazed partitions

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