Glazing Vision – Specialists in rooflight solutions.
Glazing Vision was established in 1994, initially set up as a Glazing Refurbishments company. In 2000 Glazing Vision launched a range of standard fixed, hinged and sliding glass rooflights. Glazing Vision now offers its range throughout the World.
Our well trained in house designers and project managers assist clients turning their dreams into reality. Using the latest in industry equipment and CAD and 3D solutions our designers excel in designing revolutionary glass roof solutions.
Our Research and Development designers and engineers are committed to an intense programme of product development and improvement, bringing together ideas with intelligent design solutions, instilling the company ethos of minimal framework and maximum daylight.
Glazing Vision provides bespoke solutions tailored specifically to meet the needs of the client.
By focusing on the concept of ‘minimal framework – maximum daylight’ all our designs bring as much daylight into a building as possible.
Another feature of our design is ‘concealed opening mechanisms’. This maximises the daylight area all of our electric rooflights as well as maintaining aesthetics.
Glazing Vision have also now launched an Online Shop, where customers can order stock items directly from the website.
- Glazing Vision Saw Mills Road Diss Norfolk IP22 4RG UK
Case study looks at the Glazing Vision rooflight solution for Le Cordon Bleu culinary and hospitality educational facilities in London’s West End. This Virtus Contracts project also needed the rooflight to be linked to the building management system to open in the case of a fire to keep the staircase smoke free.
John Pawson Architects chose Glazing Vision fixed Flushglaze Rooflights and bespoke Sliding Rooflights to provide maximum light into the swimming pool and communal areas on a project in Athens. The fixed rooflights were broken up to incorporate sliding sections to provide the right ventilation.
Case Study looks at the role played in a by an electrically operated, telescopic, Skyglide fully opening sliding rooflight from Glazing Vision, specified for a Chadwick Dryer Clarke project in Cambridge. This skylight maximised the light inside an existing kitchen/diner and utility area, whilst not significantly increasingly the floor area.
Glazing Vision case study looks at the GV walk on rooflight solution for three large contemporary houses in Richmond for Berkeley Homes. The rooflights complied with building regulations loading requirements and an EPDM waterproof membrane was used to prevent any moisture ingress.
This spectacular 42nd St Manchester project, designed by Bradshaw Gass & Hope, provided a serious challenge to the Glazing Vision team because of the overall architectural design of the building. Templates were made after numerous site surveys and a bespoke eaves roof light variation on their FlushGlaze system proved to be the right solution