Glass balustrades and balconies are a key trend in both external and internal architecture but there are a number of considerations that specifiers should be aware of, as Simon Boocock, managing director of CRL, explained
Designed for easier construction of handrails on staircases, slopes and other inclines, the new Kee Klamp fittings are both quick and easy to install.
The BSI Kitemark for balustrades is a certification scheme for glass and/or metal systems used in or around building developments.
Kee Safety has added 12 new types of tubular fittings to its Kee Klamp range. The new fittings have been developed for guardrails with steeper gradients.
The TAPER LOC System has been installed as part of the redevelopment of a private residence to create a stunning balustrade at the rear of the property.
Prater has completed an extensive project on buildings S7 and S8, known as the Glasshouse Gardens, at The International Quarter (TIQ) in London.
Bump-b-gon cushioned bollard sleeves launched to help Pokémon proof town centres and reduce numbers of serious injuries to Pokémon hunters.
Lucideon has introduced a new balustrade testing service for free standing glass, post, rail, spindle and infill balustrades.
Balconette’s new range of Frameless Glass Juliet balconies have been designed to provide a minimalist guarding solution for architects and developers.
Contract interiors specialist Gradus has supplied an extensive range of wall protection systems to Scotland’s largest NHS hospital project build.