Glass is one of the most magical of all materials. Glass brings a sense of invincibility to the interior, as well as maximizing light and views.
The use of ‘Interior Glass Floors’ (Also known as ‘พื้นกระจกภายใน’ in the Thai language) and parcel of the essential elements, natural light. The transparency of glass allows our home to be saturated in daylight.
Glass has an ambiguous quality that gives structure, certain floating quality. In a contemporary design, where flexibility and clarity are precious, glass fulfills an important role in creating a schism between indoors and out and between individual interior space that is as minimal and discreet as possible.
Advances in technology now have increased the range of applications of glass – walls, stairs, floors, furniture, appliances, fixtures, etc. In combination with, the solid material is more domestic, such as wood, or in conjunction with a sleek contemporary so as metal, glass can create styles to meet the tastes the most advanced.
The glass floor is the closest we ever were able to walk on air. Light effects make the glass floor of one of the most impressive applications that can be found.
The selection of glass away from the main floor and is not suitable for a large area. Floor-level effect is other than to build a display box sunk flush with the floor and covered with glass strong enough to walk on.
Glass fittings and fixtures
Glass has many small-scale applications in the home that are not less effective because of momentous. The lightness of the glass rack focuses attention on what is being displayed and provides an unbeatable way of emphasizing transparent luminous glass and decorative glass objects, especially when combined with accent lighting sensitivity.
Glass has been used increasingly in the design of contemporary bathroom fittings, becoming hand basins prominent examples in the form of clear, colored or frosted glass bowls.