IQ Glass are the leading architectural glass technology and minimal framed glazing company in the UK. Utilising years of experience with glass, IQ Glass are able to mix minimal aesthetics with innovative glass technology for a beautiful yet function glass structure. We strive to understand and fulfill the highest customer's quality expectations, of performance, durability and design.

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Glass Links

Where a glazed link between two buildings or elements of a build is needed IQ Glass can offer a minimal, frameless solutions suited to even the most delicate of buildings.

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Frameless Glass Links

Frameless glass links are the perfect way to create a link between two buildings to provide shelter from the outdoors and to enhance the natural light intake into the buildings on either side of the link.

Installing a glass link provides the perfect contemporary addition to older, more traditional commercial buildings. These glass links provide ease of access between spaces and can be integrated on any level of a building.

Glass Link in Commercial Projects

Featured Project

IQ Glass were part of a renovation project of a medical centre in Stevenage where a glass link was installed to connect two buildings together. This double height glass extension was created with frameless structural glass. Natural light intake has been maximised into this link by installing floor-to-ceiling structural glass for the walls and ceilings.

Glass fins were installed to support the outer edge glass beams and to extend the fully glazed appearance. Installing this glass link between the buildings provides more space by creating more rooms within the building which are well lit and sheltered from the bad weather.

This glass link has provided an easy access route for patients and visitors between each building and provides beautiful views of the gardens either side of the extension. The spandrel panel installed between the floors has been back painted to match the entrance of the building.

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