Glass fins are load-bearing structures used in both industrial and civil buildings. They can be used as an alternative to cement and are made of structural glass, i.e. stratified glass that, thanks to latest generation plastics, are even more resistant than steel.
This type of product is used primarily in modern buildings, where facades and walls are entirely made of glass and cement must not affect the final visual effect. The result of using glass fins is undoubtedly an elegant and refined structure, in which glass and light dominate the use of heavier materials.
Although glass is often associated with fragility, these structures are instead safe and reliable for any type of use and construction.