Glass in Educational Environments

Use of architectural glass in educational environments provides a stylish and contemporary result that is functional and easy to maintain.  Improve visibility with clear glass; use acoustic glass to soundproof specific areas or create glass structures to make new spaces.  A glass door makes an impressive entrance that can be both secure and fire-rated glass; glass balustrades can open up gloomy stairwells and glass screens enclose meeting rooms without obscuring light. Browse our case studies for inspiration and contact us to discuss your project. 
 

Case Studies

Brighton College

Acoustic glass screens created sound insulation for the Technology Department at this flourishing independent college
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Cheltenham College

A range of glass balustrades and a structural glass window panel were designed and installed by Ion Glass at this prestigious independent college
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Reigate Grammar School

A magnificent frameless glass entrance door at Reigate Grammar has a sandblasted glass logo for maximum effect
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River & Rowing Museum, Henley on Thames

An impressive entrance to the museum was created with a frameless glass balustrade providing a stylish and functional result
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The Windsor Boys School

A major refurbishment to the school uses glass balustrades for a contemporary finish in a previously old-fashioned stairwell
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Hounslow Heath Infant and Nursery School

Fire-rated glass pivot doors and fire-rated glass screens with brushed stainless steel frames at an infant school
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Lancing College double frameless glass doors

Internal arched double glass and two pairs of secure double glass doors set into glass screens within stone arches installed in Lancing College in West Sussex
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The Leys School, Cambridge

Bespoke external arched glass door installation in a school with custom glass designs in toughened safety glass leading to frameless internal doors
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