When we moved into our new building in the Northwest Industrial district, we used glass walls throughout. Glass walls are the perfect way to update an industrial building with modern elements. We used our Oden sliding door hardware system for the entrance. Take a moment to see our work.
Oden was designed with glass in mind. We know that glass is not a forgiving material to work with, which is why we’ve built flexibility into the system. Our door stops are continually adjustable and can be set anywhere on the track. Krownlab’s trolleys can be adjusted on the jobsite in a number of directions. Set the exact distance between the fixed glass panel and the moving panel to clear any obstructions on the jobsite and install acoustic seals to control noise pollution. With systems compatible with glass panels between ⅜” and ¾” thick, pick the right glass thickness for your project.
Not only do sliding door systems have a modern aesthetic, they are compatible with fully frameless glass panels and glass walls, go-to modern office elements. And because sliding door systems work so well with glass, you can incorporate more of it into your design. This gives you the option of using local glass and easily upping your LEED ranking.
Krownlab Sliding Door Hardware for Glass Walls in the Wild
When OFS Brands designed their new Los Angeles showroom, it was important that they have a curtain-wall glass conference room that showed off OFS office furniture while still being a working space that didn't impede foot traffic. They used Krownlab’s Ragnar sliding door hardware for the project.
“The integration of Krownlab hardware in the space made that idea come to life. We have client tours coming in and out of the showroom all day so the fact that people can move easily through the space when learning about our products is great. We’re very pleased with the result.” - Nicole Durcholz, Interior Designer, OFS.
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