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Guarding and protection: how to specify glass barriers - Pilkington

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The use of glass barriers is a common feature of modern architecture. They are used in the stairways and atria of many commercial and residential properties to provide a striking and aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional building materials such as brick or wood.

Stairs - Pilkington

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Stairs; Windows; Glass Stairs Glass steps are essentially small glass floors with the exception that they are often supported on fewer sides. For information on the use of steps please go the floors section in the menu above. Popular products for stairs.

Pilkington Optiwhite™ creates glass paradise

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The new crystalline structural glass staircase floods daylight into the different levels creating a bright and welcoming atmosphere. AROS Architects suggested a unique lighting system incorporating Pilkington Optiwhite™ - a low iron glass which offers greater clarity than standard glass.

Top tips for installing glass mirrors - Pilkington

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Mirrors can create the illusion of added space and help to brighten rooms. There are several things to consider in order to maximise the benefits of mirrors as building features – the type of mirror, where it’s positioned, how it’s fixed and how to ensure safety are all important factors.

Stairs - Pilkington

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Stairs; Stairs Glass steps are essentially small glass floors with the exception that they are often supported an fewer sides. For information on the use of glass stairtreads please go the Glass floors section in the menu above. Popular glass products for use in stairs.

Doors - Pilkington

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Stairs; Windows; Replacement Conservatory Roofs; Replacement Glazing; Doors The use of glass in both external and internal doors can provide added light to your home without sacrificing safety, security or privacy. They also offer the possibility of a wide range of decorative effects. External doors such as patio doors and French doors can also ...

Glass Floors - Pilkington

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Stairs; Windows; Replacement Conservatory Roofs; Replacement Glazing; Glass Floors A glass floor allows light to pass reducing the need for artificial lighting and providing a natural source of daylight. The introduction of light through the core of a building can transform what might otherwise be a dull claustrophobic interior. With the ...

Curtain Wall - Pilkington

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Stairs; Windows; Curtain Wall The curtain wall method of glazing allows glass to be used in large uninterrupted areas creating consistent attractive facades. The flexibility in choice of NSG Group products allows the designer to control every aspect of the performance from thermal to solar considerations and ultimately the design statement for ...

Mirrors - Pilkington

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Stairs; Mirrors Mirrors in the home meet several tasks. The first and most important, especially in small rooms, is the optical enlargement of the room. The second task is to illuminate the interior: the role is equally important in studios and large living rooms in single-family houses. Finally, the last important function is decoration.

Glass Walk in Sandomierz is now available - Pilkington

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On Thursday, 19 August 2021, the first ‘Glass Walk’ in Sandomierz took place. The creators of the exhibition, together with representatives of local media, went on a trip in the footsteps of history of the city. The glass boards were installed on 13 August and from that day the ‘Glass Walk’ is available for visitors.

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