Choose your original design
LOFT54 allows the specifier to choose from a range of installation methods, depending on the aesthetic they desire. Along with the standard banded glazed partitioning option – where the aluminium trims are applied directly to the glass after installation – a true mullion and transom method is available.
01 – LOFT54 offers laminated or toughened safety glass, to meet required Building Standards
02 – LOFT54 can be polyester powder coated to any RAL colour choice
03 – LOFT54 features refined details at transom to mullion junctions
04 – LOFT54 shown here with an IsoTec glazed door in matching colour
05 – LOFT54 has various glazing bar options – shown here is 15mm version
When opting for the mullions and transom method, the structure is created with the glazing inserted only after the frame has been built. This allows for greater flexibility when designing the layout of the visible bands and the materials chosen for each individual section. This alternative construction method allows for the designer to create any shape they wish, such as a diagonal or checkerboard effect, and further more complement with varying materials i.e. different finishes of glass, timber or metal faced boards.
To complement the panelled glazing partitioning, use our IsoPro 54mm framed glazed door, for a unified appearance and high acoustics of up to 42dB Rw, or, alternatively, our ultra-slim framed IsoTec door – both of which can be banded glazed to provide continuity.