Structural Glazing system is a model of curtain wall systems, which is a practical and cost effective alternative for architectural glass designs.

Structural Glazing systems consist of glass that is bonded or anchored back to a structure without the use of continuously gasket aluminum pressure plates or caps. The glass can be comprised of monolithic, laminated, dual-glazed or even triple-glazed insulating glass units (IGUs).

Structurally glazed systems create a greater transparency than traditional systems. There are less visual interruptions due to the lack of metal on the exterior (and potentially the interior), creating a seamless, continuous glass look.



  • Sound insulation.
  • Weather resistance.
  • An easy to clean surface.
  • Enables additional energy savings.
  • An excellent level of waterproofing.
  • Protection for the load-bearing structure.
  • Wide range of applications from the same suite of systems which provides design versatility.