Architectural Glass Systems

As the earliest architectural glass systems manufacturer in China, Qwares design and supply the professional architectural components ts below:

Architectural Glass Products

Architects are visual creatures. Glass walls, stairwells and canopy can make or break a design scheme. When it comes to designing with Glass, the possibilities are endless. Architectural glass is becoming increasingly popular in modern and contemporary settings. It’s the perfect material for using in settings that need privacy, security or an exclusive view of something – from gardens to patios to window walls, there are many uses for architectural glass. Benefits of choosing architectural glass as your project design choice include:

  • Flexibility – Glass can be moved around easily so that privacy isn’t compromised wherever you need it;
  • Light transmission – Glass allows light to pass through so you don’t need artificial lighting at night;
  • Durability – Glass is resistant to moisture and harsh environments such as direct sunlight;
  • Long life span – Many manufacturers offer long-term warranties on their products so you know your investment won’t be obsolete soon after installation.

Structural Glass Wall Systems

A structural glass wall system can be used in many different ways. It can act as a wall, partition or screen. There are three main types of structural glass wall systems:
Suspended glass panel that is designed to fill an entire wall, partition or screen –
Fixed panel that is designed to be installed in any location within the construction envelope and will hold up against wind loads and thermal expansion
Transparent structure that is designed to contain light for both indoor and outdoor use with high levels of privacy

Glass Facade System

There are many different types of glass systems that you can install in a building. One type is the glass facade system. This system is an aluminum frame with various types of glass installed on it. These windows are found on walls, balconies and ceilings. The frames are often designed so they can be installed with minimal impact to the building’s architecture. They can be cleaned with a variety of methods and designed to work with any kind of building design.

Glass to Glass Connector

The glass-to-glass connector is the perfect way to add a touch of design to your home. It allows you to combine architectural glass with other materials, such as glass or metal, for a unique look that is both modern and elegant. These glass connectors are also easy to install and can be easily turned from one piece of glass into two pieces: a horizontal and vertical pane with an integrated fastening system.

Glass Spider Fittings

Glass Spider Fittings

Glass is a beautiful material for your project, and it’s also a very strong one. That’s why it’s important to use strong fixing materials for your projects. Some of the most popular types of fixing include structure glue, spider fittings, and swivel bolts. If you’re looking to make sure that your glass installation is secure on the wall or window frame, these are some of the best options to choose from.

Stainless Glass Bolts

Spider Glass Bolts

One of the best features of architectural glass is that it can be fitted with a swivel fitting. This fitting is always made of stainless steel and allows you to adjustable fix the glass to glass or metal structure.

Glass Canopy Systems

Glass Canopy Systems

Glass canopies are popular in commercial and residential settings. They’re often created to provide a more exclusive view of something, like an office or even a pool. Glass canopies also come in a variety of shapes, such as arches and ovals. Benefits of choosing glass canopy systems include:
Customizable – Designers are able to customize the shape of your canopy using specialized software programs that allow for complex layouts;
Privacy – The transparency and reflective properties of glass offer privacy from both the outside and inside;
Durability – Glass is resistant to moisture, harsh environments such as direct sunlight, and shattering without much effort required;
Energy efficiency – Because glass reflects light rays instead of absorbing them, it is more energy efficient than other materials;
Environmental impact – While many manufacturers offer long-term warranties on their products so you know your investment won’t be obsolete soon after installation.

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