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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Structural Glass Floors

IQ Glass design and install complex structural glass floors to nearly any size, internally or externally

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Frameless Glass Floors

Where light or vision is required to pass between two layers of a building IQ Glass can design and install horizontal structural glass to create frameless structural glass floors. These highly durable walk on glass surfaces are manufactured using the highest specifications of glazing to ensure a light and clear glass surface.

As a structural glass installation IQ Glass will design all fixing and support details to suit the specific project or space. These transparent floor pieces can be installed as one panel or for larger installation minimal steel sections or frameless glass beams can be used to support any glass joints as necessary.

Structural Glass Floors

Glass Floor Design

Low Iron Glass is always recommended due to the thick layers of glass generally needed to create the structural support to the walk on glass floor.

Anti-slip resistance can be applied to the surface of a walk on structural glass floor for added safety, especially to external glass floors. There are numerous ways to do this. IQ can apply a sandblasted finish to the external surface of the glass floor to create a rougher external surface. The glass is then finished translucent for ample light transmission through the structural glass unit whilst providing privacy and anti-slip resistance.

Alternative anti-slip resistance can be applied to the glass floor to allow vision through the glass panels whilst providing anti-slip. These include specialised ceramic inks applied to the surface of the glass in various patterns, or indented patterns applied to the glass surface.