IQ Glass was mentioned within The Sunday Times article 'Trail Glazers' which displayed various internal glazed screens with a Mondrian® style to a cottage in Cheshire. The owners wanted the glass to allow a 'connection between rooms while keeping them separate, bringing in as much light as an open-plan layout' - said Jude Tugman (Director of Architect Your Home).
Glass Screens can be manufactured with aluminium frames, steel frames or completely frameless and it is often difficult to choose between them. 'The metal framed industrial look has been fashionable for some time' and provides interiors with an open-plan and airy living space with partitioning rooms for both old and new homes.
Planning permission is not required for internal glazing (unless the property is listed) as they are removable therefore not seen as a problem. However, it is highly important to consider whether the internal glazing needs to be fire-rated!
Collette and Jonathan Poole, who own the Cheshire property featured within the article are incredibly pleased with the effect created by their new steel-framed internal glazing. The article goes on to discuss various methods of recreating this look with other materials such as aluminium.
To read the full article, find a copy of The Sunday Times (16/09/2018)