Glass is one of the most magical ingredients. Glass brings an invincible change to the interior, and maximizes light and views.
The use of ‘glass raised access floor’ (also known as ‘พื้นกระจกยกสูง’ in the Thai language) in the interior cannot be separated from the important element, natural light. Glass transparency allows our homes to be saturated during the day.
Glass has a quality that provides ambiguous structures, floating quality. In contemporary design, where flexibility and valued clarity, glass fulfills an important role in creating divisions between inside and outside and between individual interior spaces that are as minimal and wise as possible.
Technology progress has now increased the range of glass-wall applications, stairs, floors, furniture, equipment, equipment, etc. In combination with more domestic, solid, such as wood, or together with metal, glass can make any style to meet the most sophisticated tastes.
The effect of light makes glass floor one of the most impressive applications that can be found.
The glass is far from the mainstream floor choices and is not suitable for a large area. But as a walkaway mezzanine, or in the shape of a spiral staircase, the glass floor allows light and the view remains uninterrupted from level to level.
Fittings and glass supplies
Glass has many small-scale applications in homes that are no less effective not to emptor. Lighting glass shelves focuses on what is being displayed and provides an invincible way to emphasize glowing glass transparency and decorative glass objects, especially when combined with sensitive accent lighting.
Glass has been used in the design of contemporary bathroom equipment, a famous example as a hand basin in the form of a clear glass bowl, colored or frozen. But maybe the end in visual light is a bathroom dressing table and a tub full of glass.
Care and maintenance
Even though the picture was rather fragile, the glass was surprisingly durable – there were still examples of intact glasses aged eight or nine hundred years. Cleaning is a different problem.
Several studies have entered the development of non-stick layers – with the aim of reducing maintenance, especially for high building windows – but in most domestic situations, the solution remains a good astringent cleaning product.