Forming offices with frameless glass

Our large frameless glass partitioning project in Leeds City Centre is now complete. Here is a snapshot of the works we have undertaken over 2 floors.

The brief for the project was to create four large individual offices to the 3rd floor area, with full height frameless glass office fronts. The offices were formed with solid dividing walls, with tapered edge plasterboards enabling a flush wall finish. By incorporating both these different partitioning systems offers both an aspect of light and privacy.

Frameless glass office fronts with full height glass doors.

Frameless glass office fronts with full height glass doors.

The full height 10mm toughened frameless glass wall presents an aesthetically pleasing and practical office partitioning system. With full height frameless glass doors with back to back T handles the glass wall certainly looks a feature.

Why frameless glass is an ideal partitioning system for updating any office space…

Frameless glass give you the feeling of space and light within any office area. With its modern and impressive look frameless glass it’s sure to impress any future clients entering your building. The system is easily installed with the track fitted first and then the glass. This install can be carried out around your staff during normal working hours, allowing you to carry on with your day-to-day activities at work.

To comply with The Building Regulations 2010 a manifestation film is applied to the frameless glass. The film can be of any design or colour you wish, to completely cover or partly cover the glass.

The popular system can be used in any office area whether it be to brighten up a reception area, to form office and workspaces, or to create impressive meeting rooms.


Forming offices with frameless glass.

Individual frameless glass offices.

Framless glass doors with back to T handles.

Frameless glass doors with back to back T handles.

Full case study of this impressive project to follow with an overview of the complete 3rd and 4th floor project!