Shop Fronts and Glass Doors
In the world of architectural design, professionals, including architects and specifiers, are well aware of the profound impact of glass in crafting an all-encompassing shopping experience. Shopping centers and commercial premises are no longer just sterile concrete boxes; they have evolved into vibrant, modern, and friendly spaces. The integration of glass in such structures serves as a catalyst, blurring the boundaries between indoor and outdoor, allowing customers to connect with the environment while enjoying the comforts of being indoors.
One of the most outstanding benefits of using glass in commercial spaces is its ability to harness natural light to the fullest. This translates into an optimal presentation of goods and services. The natural light contributes significantly to the creation of a positive, consumer-friendly atmosphere. Gone are the days of dimly lit interiors and harsh artificial lighting that detracted from the mood. With glass as the centerpiece of the architectural design, an inviting ambiance takes center stage. The play of light and shadows, as the sun gracefully moves across the sky, adds an element of dynamism that breathes life into the space. This harmonious interplay between natural light and the glass exudes warmth, openness, and a welcoming charm. The transparency of the glass fosters a sense of connection and accessibility. Passersby can catch glimpses of the curated displays, enticing them to step inside and explore further.
Glass adapts seamlessly to any architectural style, whether it be sleek and contemporary or classic. Its versatility allows for the creation of custom designs, catering to the unique needs and aesthetics of each individual business and allows architects and designers to unleash their creativity, shaping structures that are both functional and visually striking.
Measure and Quote
We offer a free, no obligation measure and quote in the Greater Auckland region. Contact us for a quote over the phone, via email, or to arrange to meet a consultant on site.
Quotes can be made in the early stages of a fitout, but the framework generally must be secured in its permanent position prior to a final measure. Our consultant can make recommendations on site at the time of the quote if anything is necessary.