- Fixation : lateral, recessed
- structure: Tubular lacquered steel or stainless steel (variable sections depending on the dimensions of the project)
- Glass: tempered, triple lamination 10+10+10mm
A glass floor on a steel or stainless steel structure is a modern and aesthetic solution that allows you to create unique and impressive spaces. This type of flooring offers many aesthetic and functional advantages.
The steel or stainless steel structure provides a solid and resistant base for the glass floor. These materials are known for their strength, durability and ability to withstand heavy loads. They thus guarantee the safety and stability of the glass floor, even in high traffic areas or commercial spaces.
The glass used for the floor is usually tempered or laminated glass, specially designed to withstand loads and impacts. It is available in different thicknesses, depending on the safety and resistance requirements needed. Tempered glass is heat treated to increase its strength, while laminated glass is made up of several layers of glass joined by an interlayer, providing increased resistance in the event of breakage.
A glass floor brings a unique luminosity and transparency to the space. It can be used to create walkways, stairways or floor areas, helping to maximize natural light diffusion and give the impression of open space. This makes it a popular choice for modern and contemporary spaces.
In addition to its aesthetic appeal, glass flooring can also provide practical benefits. It facilitates the distribution of light in the spaces below, which can be particularly advantageous for basements or lower levels. In addition, it allows to create interesting visual effects, especially by combining the glass floor with appropriate lighting.
However, it should be noted that the maintenance of the glass floor can be more delicate than that of other floor coverings. The glass is prone to scratching and requires regular cleaning to maintain its transparency. It is important to take these considerations into account when planning and installing a glass floor.
In summary, a glass floor on a steel or stainless steel structure offers an aesthetic, modern and functional solution to create unique spaces. It brings luminosity, transparency and elegance to the environment, while guaranteeing the necessary solidity and safety thanks to the steel or stainless steel structure.