Faour Glass Introduces Three New Innovative Products at 2017 AIA Show in Orlando, FL.
Faour Glass Technologies is excited to be introducing three new innovative products at this year’s National AIA Show in Orlando, FL (April 27-29).
Floating Glass Stairs. An eye-catching structurally engineered staircase, Faour Glass Technologies' Floating Stairs are inspired by cutting-edge technology and the thrill of “walking on air”. The Floating Stair’s structural glass treads are cantilevered from the wall with a concealed support system, giving the appearance that the stairs are “floating” in air. This stunning and innovative design transforms the traditional staircase into a unique installation of modern art. WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE AIA SHOW.
Frameless Glass Corners. In high velocity wind zones, unsightly corner posts in glazing systems have long vexed designers wishing to offer unobstructed, pristine views from interior spaces. That challenge has been resolved by Faour Glass Technologies with its new Slimpact® Frameless Corner, part of its Slimpact® Frameless product line. This 90-degree frameless corner allows architects, designers and owners the ability to open up corner views and eliminate the need for post supports. This system is the FIRST to meet the large missile test, making it a break-through innovation. WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE AIA SHOW.
Frameless Glass Doors. Designers love glass doors for their beauty and simplicity – except when they’re wrapped in a clunky metal framing and can’t meet Florida’s large missile impact test. Faour Glass Technologies’ new Slimpact® Frameless Doors System offers clean lines and minimal hardware, providing architects, designers and owners even more options for creating a modern space without compromising on safety and hurricane protection. Meeting Florida’s strict missile impact requirements, the new do
or technology is as secure as it is seamless. Patent pending. WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE AIA SHOW.
We invite you to stop by Booth 1273 to interview Angelo Rivera, vice president and general manager of Faour Glass Technologies.