Taking on the life-saving role transparently
Achieving natural lighting and light-penetrating building structures are the benchmark for contemporary glass architecture. Opaque components have predominantly been credited with the life-saving and property-protecting role in the area of fire protection. Solid walls, steel doors or traditional fire protection equipment blocked the light and created visual barriers.
Meanwhile, glass as a building material has increasingly been taking on the task of protecting against fire, smoke and heat radiation in the form of transparent fire protection.
Flowing room layouts, efficient use of natural light and comprehensive safety are benefits of these glazing solutions which are also visually striking.