The glass is fixed to the structure of the building itself rather than being fitted with traditional and sometimes view-restricting frames.
Glass-fin (mullion) units are among the most popular structural glazing systems specified where a seamless finish is required. This is because such products eliminate the need for traditional metal mullions, which can restrict the view from inside a building.
Structural glazing in action at Stonehenge visitor centre
Pilkington Planar was used when building the new Stonehenge visitor centre. Installers from Vitrine Systems worked to the brief to create a building that blended unobtrusively into the wide-open Wilshire landscape.