Our design Studio place the clients at the heart of their work, and aim to fulfil their visions and produce bespoke, high quality finished glass spaces also incorporating a wide range of structural glass products.
Our award-winning, Designers and engineers have a record of delivering innovative, forward-thinking, high standard projects spanning a variety of sectors, with specialism in both residential and commercial designs we set the standard.
Here at Glasspace, we strive to provide a practical approach when it comes to architecture. From concept to completion, domestic to commercial, we are highly involved in all of our projects every step of the way to ensure that the client’s vision is seen through right until the end. We are in tune with our client’s briefs and their vision. We truly believe in what you wish to achieve.
Domestic Glass Spaces
We provide high quality domestic glass architecture, providing clients with schemes which meet aesthetic needs as well as being buildable. Our designers have years of experience in both modern and traditional design, enabling us to create inspiring and functional glass buildings.
Commercial Glass Spaces
We have had the privilege of working with some well-established clients delivering quality commercial glass architecture with innovative, contemporary and traditional designs. Our internal glass spaces create workspaces that are both aesthetically inspiring and practical for employers and employees.
Building and your environment
Buildings are responsible for half of the global energy use; and with 55% of the world’s population living in urban areas, it’s no wonder that we are now turning towards eco-friendly, sustainable architecture. There are many ways to create eco-friendly architecture which include: using resource-efficient materials and renewable energy sources to power buildings – and it is on the rise.
The government pledged that all homes must be zero carbon by 2020, so there are plans in place for 1.5 million new UK homes to be built by 2022, which have to comply with the new regulations: being low-carbon, low-energy and resilient to climate change.