Office Partitioning defines the style and atmosphere in an interior and they coordinate the ultimate design in an office or home.
Toughened glass on spider fitting
Frosted toughened glass to canopy
No job too big
Glass has become a popular feature in modern commercial and domestic exterior and interior design.
Glass partitions are clean and almost invisible and yet can define spaces, add light and provide protection and acoustic privacy - all without blocking your view.
Custom designed glazing and internal partitioning
Glass Systems specialise in the supply and installation of glass partitions and commercial glazing. We provide a high quality service that offers free advice and quotes.
No two commercial projects are the same and so Glass Systems will not only install your glass partitioning, we will work with you to find the optimal glass solution for your project, from the Design to installation of glass including aluminium framing and storefront systems.
Our glass is available in clear or tinted glass. We can also provide your glass partitioning with frosted film if required for modesty or a manifestation (safety strip). We can also provide switchable glass.
We can also brand your glass partitioning with your company logos or enhance your office partitions with decorative frosting.
Glass Systems use high quality aluminium office framing and can use a variety of systems to fix your glass.
Our aluminium framing can be powdercoated in a full range of colours. That means you can choose the glass frame colour to match your décor or company colour scheme.
Glazing and internal glass partitions – technical stuff
All Glass Systems’ glazing and interior glass partitions are designed to meet human impact loads and comply with all New Zealand Building Standards and codes.
We use the highest quality toughened or laminate glass for all home or office projects. This looks great and enhances your personal safety through the glass’ anti-shatter properties.
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