Stairs and glass balaustrades which fit for modern and classic applications

Stairs and glass balaustrades which fit for modern and classic applications

Stairs and glass balaustrades which fit for modern and classic applications

13 October 2017

Glass staircases and parapets are increasingly ordinary, both in public and private environments. This is because the use of glass for these architectural elements, thanks to the high standards of safety and resistance that nowdays can be achieved, can meet different needs of style and interior design.

Glass stairs are an example of modernity and elegance. They give brightness, increase the perceived space and give continuity to the environments. This is why more and more requests are being made for this kind of installation in contemporary buildings. An example, is the suggestive effect created by suspended glass staircases. Thanks to the glass component, they seem to fluctuate and give the rooms a refined touch and a pleasant sensation of openness and space.

The use of glass stairs and balaustrades is also widespread to buildings with a more classic style, especially in the ones under renovation. This type of buildings are often arranged on several levels connected to each other by a wide open staircase. So here is the importance of choices that go perfectly with the style and the environment of any the room.

For example, in environments where wood is prevalent, the installation of glass parapets helps to enhance the existing elements giving brightness and highlighting them.

When creating internal stairs or glass parapets, it is essential to choose the materials carefully, starting from the type of glass to be used.

Veneto Vetro is at the disposal of architects, designers and interior designers to guide them in choosing the most appropriate solutions to develop their project and their ideas.

To get more information or to share a project, send an email to info@venetovetro.com.

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