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Stairs of a private house


Glass provides both stair support and handrail function.

"Green house" facade, Norway


The facades of the building are made of green painted steel sheets and ceramic printed glass in two layers. To avoid accentuation of vertical and horizontal lines, we fixed the glasses with point fasteners, which visually fit into a single glass pattern from the outside. As the façade has two layers of glass, up to eight panes of glass are fixed in one place.


Glass transition in "Laima" Museum, Latvia


Glass transition in "Laimas" chocolate museum with load-bearing glass railings, steps and small metal fasteners. This small transition could also hold a car.

Curved elevator wind tunnel, Latvia


Steel load-bearing structure enclosing a curved glass shell with silicone seams. The wind tunnel has aluminum doors and hatches, to which tempered glass is glued on the outside.

Glass cube, Latvia


We got involved in an artistic project - a performance of two actresses Darta Danevica and Elina Dzelme "Living Damies", which took place in Kalnciems quarter. Our role was to make a glass cube in which the actresses live around the clock.


"Expo Box", Sweden

In cooperation with the Swedish architectural firm GUISE, we implemented an advertising stand "Expo Box", which was exhibited in the center of Stockholm. The challenge of the project was to design and manufacture a specific structure in a very short time - a metal frame covered with composite panels and a perforated metal surface at a distance of 30 mm. The top of the stand rests entirely on the glazing of the middle part only. In the dark, perforated metal is highlighted by built-in rows of LED lights.

Sliding all-glass window, Sweden

We designed and installed lift-up all-glass windows. The structures are designed for connecting medical, surgical and instrument rooms.

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