Glazing Vision

Flushglaze Fixed Multipart Skylight

The beauty of the Flushglaze system is its flexibility, meaning it can be used in a variety of applications – from residential, to commercial buildings.

If you are working to a span up to 40”, then a simple silicone seal is the only requirement to secure the panels together. This is a great solution if you are looking to maintain the ‘frameless’ internal appearance of your skylight. Large areas of glazing can be linked together using a variety of different methods.

For larger spans you will need something stronger to safely support the joint between the glazed panels. The Flushglaze modular system can also be specified with back to back aluminum ‘T’ angles for structural support.
This option tends to fit in very well with modern interiors, particularly when paired with folding or sliding door systems, the internal angles can be powder coated to any RAL color of your choice.

If you’re looking to maintain an all glass finish, the Flushglaze modular system can be specified using glass fins as structural support instead of aluminum angles. These are a real architectural feature and offer a slightly more elegant finish. The fins are heat soak tested, tempered laminated, for maximum strength and are supported at each end by stainless steel brackets.

No Leak Guarantee logoBenefits

  • The original glass skylight for flat roof applications
  • Modular system allows multiple glazed sections linked togther
  • Silicone seal, aluminium angle or glass fin support
  • No external capping
  • Available in bespoke sizes and glass specifications
  • Can be wall abutted
  • Heat soak tested low e safety glass as standard

Suitable for

The Flushglaze modular skylights are perfect for projects looking to make a statement, inviting the open sky indoors while delivery the highest safety standards.

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The Town School, New York

Glazing Vision was approached by Yoshihara Mckee Architects – they required a multipart skylight to provide natural daylight into a darkened corridor and staircase, but they were struggling to find a supplier to manufacture a skylight to the required specification and standards.