Glass facades cover all of a building or most of it. Large glazed surfaces allow daylight deep into a room, making artificial lighting less needed, and the room seem spacious. Also, there’s nothing blocking the view, which gives a sense of connection with the outside area. Glass facades are becoming increasingly common on commercial and public buildings, but also in entrance halls, hallways, passages, staircases, etc. A high-quality glass structure enables saving energy on heating during the winter and on cooling in the summer, especially when paired with a good ventilation system, that is, ventilation, plus a shading solution. There are structural glass facades, which are frameless assemblies, appearing as if made in one piece and semi-structural glass facades, with visible profiles and parts, which can sometimes open. Check out other advice we’ve prepared for you, and use our calculator to check glass facade prices. You can also always contact our experts, who’ll be more than happy to reply.