Transparence makes life more colorful
The approach of many architects and builders is to make buildings friendlier, brighter and more colorful in the everyday life. Therefore glass is gaining in importance.
The approach of many architects and builders is to make buildings friendlier, brighter and more colorful in the everyday life. Therefore glass is gaining in importance. For example, TG-STEP, the walk-on glass from Thiele Glas, can be used in the interior and exterior for stairways, platforms, bridges and floors. Thus, spaces seem not only lighter but also larger. This is illustrated by the example of an office building in Beckum. You can find impressions and details about the project at our reference site.
Buildings can be made even friendlier by the use of color. In this way, even historical and modern architecture can be reconciled. One example of this is an elevator glazing in Denmark. Here, an elevator was integrated into a historic staircase and encased in a colorful glass cover. Impressions can also be found under our references.
The use of glass in the interior design is so immensely diverse, modern and elegant, without sacrificing stability or functionalities of conventional building materials.