Architectural & Building Glass
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What is architectural and building glass?
Glass that is used as a building material is usually known as architectural glass. Glass bricks are often used in residential home design to create partitions or windows in areas that require privacy.
How is architectural and building glass used?
From skyscrapers to atrium-style feature pieces in domestic homes, architectural glass has a wide range of uses. It’s also often used in work spaces as glass wall dividers, and for frameless glass doors in both domestic and commercial interior design.
Is architectural and building glass safe?
Architectural glass products are usually made from safety glass and – depending on what it’s being used for – may be reinforced for extra strength. Safety glass is designed to shatter into small, harmless pieces rather than smashing into long, sharp shards that can cause serious injury.
Do you offer custom architectural and building glass?
Yes. The experts at Koala Glass work closely with architects and builders to deliver on the specific requirements of each job. Koala Glass can take care of the entire process for your next architectural glass project, from measurements and cutting, to supply and installation.
For more information about architectural and building glass, call (02) 4968 1450 to chat to one of our glass experts. You can also send us an email at email@example.com or drop into our Sandgate showroom.