Structural glass has a high load resistance. This detail means it can be used for supporting structures that are usually made with metal or wood. For the construction of all-glass environments. The glass panes stand on supporting structures made from structural glass, for completely transparent elements, with no other materials added to ruin the harmony or create blind spots.
Structural glass is resistant and transparent, very safe and has great, elegant, customisable aesthetic potential. It is waterproof and luminous, has a low environmental impact and is completely recyclable. It is extremely versatile and highly compatible ecologically. Its technological characteristics facilitate energy savings, meaning environments can be heated by sunlight and block heat dispersing outwards. These properties have increased the use of structural glass in building; for new buildings, and for renovation and interior design. This material has offered modern architecture new opportunities to exploit its umpteen possible applications.