On stand E200, GLASSOLUTIONS will be showcasing its interior glass solutions range which includes VITRIO® (pictured), a supremely versatile glass that is back-painted, either as a single colour, with sparkle finishes, or with customised designs.It is ideal for a range of applications from wall cladding to signage, worktops and splash-backs. It is featuring in many high end commercial interiors, including washrooms within The Shard and 199 Bishopsgate, London – and is now available for the domestic market.
The interior glazing products on show provide exciting wide-ranging creative options for applications such as partitioning, doors, floors, balustrades, wall cladding, signage, table tops, shelving, screens and feature glazing. Other products include STADIP PRINT® a laminated glass that helps to personalise spaces and bring them to life, with bespoke images printed on the PVB interlayer to create stylish interior partitions and other surfaces.
Safety critical products, such as the extremely versatile CONTRAFLAM® fire-resistant glass, can become an integral design feature when used in conjunction with high impact products such as coloured laminates and special surface finishes, as demonstrated on the stand.
In addition, several new products will be launched at the show, including CREALITE® moulded glass and TEXGLASS®, a laminated glass with fabrics and metallic meshes encapsulated inside, so visitors can be amongst the first to view these exciting developments.
Kathryn Dalgleish, GLASSOLUTIONS marketing manager for the commercial sector, said, "We’ve been successfully supplying the interior glass market from our specialist manufacturing operation in the south east of England for more than 30 years. A recent £2 million investment programme means we can supply an even wider market with a broader range of interior glass products that provide dramatic effect and design impact to a project.
“By involving us at the earliest design or concept stage, we can ensure the most appropriate and innovative combination of products and processes are utilised in order to meet the needs of the project.”
GLASSOLUTIONS is the UK’s largest processor, distributor, installer and repairer of glass and glass systems. It has a turnover in excess of £110 million and employs around 1,200 people.