Glass manifestations are necessary to prevent people inadvertently walking into your new glass installation. There are specific height, size and location requirements to meet Building Regulations.
Manifestations can also add a beautiful finishing touch to your project, reflecting the style, nature and purpose of your installation. We offer a bespoke glass manifestation option, with designs created to meet the individual nature of your project. Take a look at some of our recent designs:
The glass manifestation designed by Ion Glass for St Lawrence Jewry features the City of London coat of arms, a fitting entrance for this prestigious church in the heart of the City.
The complex glass manifestation at St John the Evangelist Church in North London features a dramatic eagle with widespread wings, installed across the double doors.
The external double doors to the chapel at the Leys School in Cambridge feature the Leys school crest, a simple Methodist clam shell symbol was applied to the inner doors.
St Mary's at Kippington has a detailed knotted cross applied as a glass manifestation, making a striking statement on a beautiful, over-height glass entrance door.
The expert team at Ion Glass will provide technical and design advice, ensuring your glass manifestation meets both style and statutory requirements appropriate for your glass installation.
For more information on our internal or external glass doors, structural glass porches, glass screens, glass linkways, glass balustrades or other architectural glass installations in church, heritage, luxury residential or commercial environments, call us on 0345 658 9988, send us an email via email@example.com or click on the enquiry form on our website.