The IBP GlassWalk™ Floor System Creates Dramatic Floors, Elevated Skyways and Stairs

A stunning new "skybridge" over a creek connects two wings of a midwest lake home. This is the first application of the GlassWalk system for such a purpose.

It presents an very unique and attractive solution to a challenging site problem.

The owner/designer of this lake lot home was faced with the challenge of building a home on a lot with two small hills divided by a creek. Use of both sites was necessary due to lot restrictions but the owner wanted to devise an attractive and creative solution to "bridging" the space between the two portions of the home.

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600450 The IBP GlassWalk™ Floor System Creates Dramatic Floors, Elevated Skyways and Stairs
Date: 25 June 2012

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