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Crystalia Glass Company is one of the most reputable glass solutions on the market. Their attention to architectural detail and current interior design trends has allowed Crystalia Glass to excel. Their framed, as well as frameless partitions, are used across many different homes and businesses today. Click here Their upscale and elegant pieces can be seen everywhere from Manhattan condos to suburban homes. Their main goal is to provide excellent, outstanding quality to all of their customers.

Finding the right sliding glass door can be difficult, however with Crystalia Glass, the options are endless. Finding the perfect glass for your partition, glass railing, retractable sunroof or sliding glass door is not only easy but convenient. Crystalia Glass is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY. Their goal is to provide the most reliable, sustainable, beautiful pieces for customers. Their services can be used in both cities and suburbs.

Partitions

Creating balanced interiors with glass partition walls https://crystaliaglass.com/sliding-glass-walls/ is one of the best ways to add elegance and character to your space. Whether you live in a studio apartment or large home, glass partitions are the best way to create beautiful spaces. Glass adds a level of sophistication and elegance unmatched by any other material. Crystalia Glass creates custom glass partitions. The glass and steel partitions are created custom for each customer. Crystalia Glass features the thinnest steel on the market for custom partitions. Custom finishes can be added for customer preference. The design of each partition is fully customizable as well as the hardware used. Both the hardware and the structure can be customized to accentuate a customer’s home.

In addition to steel, Crystalia Glass also offers aluminum glass partitions as well as frameless glass partitions. Homes and offices can benefit from their services. For example, with their aluminum glass partitions, a dry glazing system is used for both tempered or laminate glass. Customers can select from both black finishes, white finishes and anodized finishes. Doors can be framed or frameless depending upon customer preferences.

Framless glass partitions are chic and upscale. They come in two standard heights. The glass can also be laminated and monolithic. Another option of the frameless glass partition is also customizable hardware and hardware finishes.

Glass Walls, Sun Roofs, Glass Railings & Glass Doors

Some of the other features offered from Crystalia Glass include glass walls, sun roofs, glass railings and glass doors. Glass walls are a great way to separate two areas from each other while still providing light and transparency. This is very important when making a space feel larger than it actually is. Glass doors merge indoor with outdoor and provide an aesthetically pleasing look. Sun roofs provide enjoyable relaxation regardless of the weather. Glass railings are a great option for homes with stairs. Customers can create a sleek and finished look with glass railings. Glass doors also provide a light and open space while creating separation from two areas in a home or business.

Crystalia Glass offers free estimates for their services. This is one of the most practical methods for determining if the service is right for you. How Much Do Glass Partitions Сost

The big architectural trends 2019

Architecture and living have always been a reliable mirror of society. Especially when economic and social structures change as rapidly as they do at present. Between digitalisation and the close networking of people with machines, job-sharing, co-working and new forms of living together, the cards are constantly being shuffled anew. 

To be able to adapt perfectly to these conditions, living contexts and ideas, flexibility is needed above all. “Life in the 21st century requires adaptive spaces that meet the changing needs of users. Flexibility is particularly necessary when space usage changes quickly, when there is not enough space and a room has to fulfil various functions,” explains Armin Ebner, co-founder of the Viennese architecture firm BEHF. One of the most recent projects of the renowned office is the interior design of the new “Porto Bar” in the “Das Triest” hotel in Vienna. Ebner is certain that smaller apartments in particular must be efficient and flexible today: “The classic room typologies are blurring. Eating in the bathroom, working in the kitchen, sleeping in the living room. Spatial planning is therefore based more on basic human needs such as withdrawal, exchange or concentration”. The award-winning Vorarlberg architect Jürgen Haller also sees it this way: “We try to develop multiple uses in our projects. The cooking and eating area usually plays an important role in this. But more intimate rooms such as bathrooms, dressing rooms and bedrooms are also combined,” says the 41-year-old.

A flourishing concept

“Oasi”, a kitchen by Stefano Boeri Architetti for Aran, brings together several aspects of modern living. Because a tree grows in the middle of the kitchen island communication centre. And that can always be talked about.

It’s the floor plan that makes the difference

By the way, Haller is convinced that flexibility begins with the floor plan: “It is impossible to foresee everything conceivable. It is more important to consider flexibility in the layout and development situation. In order to ensure multiple use also at later points in time, it is necessary to pay attention to room layout, proportions or the arrangement of doors and windows”. 

No wonder, then, that modern construction always includes accessibility. Above all, an open, flexible floor plan provides freedom of movement not only in old age. Young families are also happy about a threshold-free design, large doors, ramps and lifts – just because of the bulky prams. And those who had the misfortune of having to move on crutches for a few weeks know what a challenge stairs or showers can be. You just don’t know what the future holds. 

Clever & Smart?

Except maybe that it could be smart to live in. At least, according to the opinion of the companies that presented the latest products for the smart home at the CES in Las Vegas, the world’s largest trade fair for home electronics. From the alarm system to the heating system to the bedroom alarm clock and the blinds, everything is to be controlled via smartphones or PC. For tech companies such as Siemens, Bosch and Lenovo, 2019 will be a key year in this respect – even if the statistics show that there is still a lot of room for improvement at the moment: The Gallup Institute recently found that only seven percent control their household appliances via the Internet. That doesn’t quite sound like the digital revolution yet. 

By the way, the new trend is to connect smart homes in the sunroom. If you are interested in this topic, you can read more on the LGL website.

Jürgen Haller also dampens the hype surrounding smart homes a little: “In the future, these high-tech rooms and buildings will return to normal. In any case, only the buildings in which the building owners have also dealt with this technology will function properly.” And Armin Ebner of BEHF also finds clear words: “The digital ‘all-rounders’ are still in their infancy. Today’s ‘smart’ is not smart enough. The omnipresent digitalization of our lives, however, is a counter-trend to the opposite: an opposite longing for the analog, the real and the natural.”

My friend, the tree

And this longing not only becomes perceptible, but increasingly visible. “Natural, haptic surfaces in warm colours are among the biggest interior design trends,” says Jürgen Haller, who, by the way, often likes to build and plan with wood. “Fortunately, we are able to realise many projects in near-natural locations. And in cramped situations we try to bring nature into the house with eye-catching references or corresponding room openings. 

Bringing nature into the house and the creation of a green infrastructure, especially in urban areas, is an important point, by the way. “In order to return nature zones to the urban space, we begin with the renaturalization of open spaces and the development of a new urban space.