SWISSRAILING FLAT - simple and puristic

SWISSRAILING FLAT - simple and puristic
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Glas Trösch Group

Date: 13 November 2020

The full glass balustrade of the SWISSRAILING FLAT is a captivating sight with its flush-mounted aesthetic and invisible substructure.

This design is recommended for those looking for a puristic style of architecture with a clear design and the highest safety standards.

SWISSRAILING FLAT has a pure, all-glass look. Unlike other solutions, the glass is bonded directly to the support profile, which, thanks to the lack of visible brackets, creates a seamless, flush-mounted appearance. With its free glass edge, SWISSRAILING FLAT has a simple and elegant aesthetic.

The design can be customised according to the client’s wishes, depending on what special features are desired. Transparent for an unobstructed view, translucent to protect from prying eyes, colour-coordinated with the building’s components and furnishings or even adorned with colourful prints to satisfy the client’s wishes.

SWISSRAILING FLAT - simple and puristic

SWISSRAILING FLAT - simple and puristic

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