Cruisers and Yachts
Modern interior design by glass on the high seas
Unique glass elements for walls, balustrades and furniture
For modern and high-quality highlights on board of their boats and yachts shipping companies are increasingly using glass. Whether elegant balustrade and wall glazing or glazed bars, furniture and lamps, elements of glass integrate stylishly into the existing furnishings and create a unique spatial experience for guests on the high seas.
Especially colored glass establishes remarkable ambience in combination with representative design. The wide range of colors offers huge individual design scopes. In addition to that printed, backlighted or painted glass targeted becomes an eye-catcher in interior design. With refinement to safety glass a decorative and secure product results. Besides the design aspect glass meets the highest requirements in functionality. Amongst other things it is easy-to-clean, hygienic as well as resistant to scratches, if requested.
Thiele Glas itself has already produced glasses for different cruisers. For example TG-PROTECT®-TVG laminated safety glasses sized approx. 500 x 1,300 mm which we produced for handrails of an ample designed entertainment-area of a cruiser. The tight elegant balustrade glazing of heat-strengthened laminated safety glass is linked by transparent PVB-interlayers. In case that glass breaks this film secures that the panes retain their remaining lifting capacity.
Furthermore glass can set special highlights for exclusive cabin interiors. Referring to this switchable glass
TG-VARIOVIEW can be integrated in partition walls, for instance. The liquid crystal film which is laminated between two sheets of glass changes from its standard opaque appearance in transparent mode if voltage is applied. Thus guests can decide themselves when the glass is transparent.
- handrails and balustrades
- reception areas and counters
- wall coverings
- walkable glass and stairs
- doors and sliding doors
- furniture, showcases, accessoires
- showers and bathrooms
- surface coatings
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