Case Study: Faceted frameless glass

Client:iBoardTouch Ltd.


Industry:Touch Screen Products

Building:2 storey unit

Date:August 2014

A fit out over two floors which included creating a striking faceted frameless glass feature wall.

01 - track in place02 - full height glass installed03 - finished faceted glass wall04 - close up of joint05 - reverse of faceted glass

iBoardTouch awarded us the project following a site survey and discussions. It included the installation of 10mm frameless glass over 2 floors to create 4 offices, 1 demo suite and a board room.

Keeping a sense of privacy between the offices was a key factor so we installed full height solid partitioning modules which aid in both privacy and sound retention. Single and Double Ash doors sets were fitted throughout, ensuring the area looked bright and inviting.

They requested the boardroom have a modern and impressive look – as it would be seen by potential clients. To achieve this we installed a faceted glass wall using frameless glazing panels.

The separate sections of glass are fixed to a floor and ceiling track. They’re staggered at an angle to create a curve effect. Silicone jointing is used for a clean, frameless look to keep the facets secured together.

This is a much more cost effective way of creating a curved glass wall than using bespoke curved glazing.

To make the glazing even more of a feature a full colour manifestation film was applied. These bold graphics add a great finishing touch and reinforce the company identity.

Coloured glazing manifestation