We have an ‘in-house‘ structural glass design facility capable of carrying out all the necessary calculations regarding loads, stresses, tolerances etc. and we will then advise on the glass make up for each particular enquiry. These drawings will be presented as an ‘AutoCad’ drawing or as a PDF file if you do not have the facility to view a DXF file.
Over a number of years our design team have developed our own stunning range of quality cladding Products, which we periodically add to and are displayed on our Products page. These have been specified for many projects both large and small over many years.
We are however equally happy advising on and helping with the development of your own ideas with a view to producing something unique for your project. This could involve advising on how to interpret your design onto glass, to developing a design idea from your brief into a drawing for approval, through to designing the framework and glazing system to house a triple glazed feature, including an edge illumination system, as well as the interpretation of three pieces of artwork for each layer for a central London prestigious reception area.
Our ‘in-house’ glass decoration department utilise Adobe ‘Illustrator’ for the production of drawings for approval and for the vector drawings required for producing computer cut stencils to be used as a resist before the application of the relevant decorative process (as explained elsewhere) or in some cases the final finish in its own right! We also use Adobe ‘Photoshop’ for the manipulation of photographic images where production methods may involve printing, whether as a means to an end, as in the case of certain acid etched effects, or as an end itself, as in the case of photographic or coloured images