While open plan spaces have been an aspirational aspect of contemporary living and work spaces in modern times, Covid-19 has made it necessary to rethink how we use large interior areas. The need to create safe, practical segmentation without compromising on natural daylight or style has seen a rapid growth in the popularity of glazed room dividers.
Perfect for both commercial and residential projects, a unique new system from Super Slim Glazing meets this demand with a full suite of fixed glazing and a range of door options that utilise one of the slimmest profiles on the market.
Providing the largest possible area of glass without compromising on durability, the Super Slim Glazing system has been designed by a company that truly understands glazing, comprising of a high-strength, rigid aluminium frame into which the glass unit is fitted.
“We’re seeing more and more businesses opt for internal glazing as they welcome staff back after the pandemic,” says Will Woods, Super Slim Glazing Managing Director. “Not only does it enable them to provide additional safe workplaces, but it also promotes enhanced employee wellness by encouraging natural daylight and the feeling of space.
“Homeowners are also looking for ways that they can create extra living spaces without compromising on light and connectivity between rooms. Internal glazing enables them to maintain the appearance of open plan living in a practical yet stylish fashion.
“It’s also a quick way to partition a property in order to contain cooking smells, preventing them from spreading and lingering throughout. Plus, with rising energy costs, it can make a home much more efficient to heat.”
With more than 25 years of experience, Super Slim Glazing specialise in the design, manufacture, and installation of all types of internal glazing and partitioning. As well as fixed glazing, the range includes pivot and offset pivot doors, along with internal bi-folds, sliding, hinged and pocket doors – all engineered from a single profile for a consistent aesthetic.