All our glass screens are fully bespoke: each Ion Glass screen is designed to meet location specific criteria, including doors, acoustic glass and fire protection if required. We also make sure your screen meets heritage, structural or planning requirements.
We advise on the optimum fixing methods, providing whatever channels or brackets are required (custom building them in our own workshop if necessary) and supply them in whatever finish you prefer.
If you need some inspiration to get your screen off the drawing board, take a look at these different options
A draught free porch
The glass porch at St Leonard’s Church in Hythe is created from a full height and width glass screen fitted with external glass doors and supplied in anti-reflective glass to meet Heritage requirements. The head frame is designed with baffles and vents to deflect the strong on-shore winds.
Curved acoustic screens
These curved glass screens provide privacy and an acoustic barrier at the Dimbleby Cancer Care at Guy’s Hospital. Created from five curved glass panels the screens are designed to flow cohesively together with the end poles concealed behind bespoke wooden columns.
Create a meeting room
A number of private meeting rooms and spaces were created at St Mary’s at the Quay in Ipswich using glass screens fitted into the original arches of the church. The screens are fitted into bespoke steel mullions, individually manufactured by Ion, in keeping with the style of the project.
Ion Glass installed a series of fire-rated glass screens and automatic fire-rated glass doors around the lift shafts at Hastings Library ensuring maximum protection in the event of an incident. The installation meets current regulations whilst retaining the original features of this listed building.
At Ion Glass our team will work with you to create accurate measurements, detailed drawings, ensure structural integrity and compliance before manufacturing and installing your screen to achieve the impressive results our clients expect.