A lobby is the living room of a building. It welcomes people, communicates values and identities, and shapes interactions in that space and throughout the rest of the building. Our clients choose glass for their “living rooms” for many compelling reasons.
First and foremost, glass is a clean and sleek material that looks—but doesn’t have to be—more expensive than any other wall protection. Because it is a durable material that resists stains, scuffs, and wear and tear, glass will hold its value longer than resins or paint jobs, paying off an initial investment over time.
Glass is also completely customizable; we can create glass with any artwork and match any brand color, which allows clients the flexibility they need for single- or multiple-tenant buildings. One example of such customization is a project we did in Chicago for an anchor tenant that wanted to highlight not its brand identity but instead the history of its building as a refrigerated warehouse. For this client we created massive glass panels of icicles from photographs taken inside the building before its renovation.
And finally, our clients choose glass because it allows natural light into a space. Natural light rejuvenates a room and the people in it; light and glass can work together to divide space or to create a fully open and luminous atmosphere.
Glass gives our clients maximum flexibility, a healthy ROI, limitless aesthetic potential, and the ability to truly transform and define space.