Roof & Overhead

In architectural terms, overhead glazing or roof glazing is defined as glazing that has the potential to fall on breakage, causing safety and other related concerns. The glass is normally positioned over space that is occupied by humans. Examples of overhead glazing include roofs and skylights, as well as sloped overhead glazing). Other types of overhead glazing include canopies installed over the front door or entrance to a building. 

      

The following area features examples of laminated safety glass using Trosifol® interlayer in skylights and canopies.

ENDESA HEADQUARTERS

SCHUBERTS BAND SHELL

GLASS WITHOUT CONNECTIONS PLANAR SYSTEMS

FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON

PARQUE TOREO MALL

GLASS DOME OF GERMAN REICHSTAG

HEADQUARTERS OF DEUTSCHE POST WORLD NET

NARDINI BOLLE EXHIBITION CENTRE

YAS HOTEL, ABU DHABI

PORTA SUSA RAILWAY STATION

TOYOTA HEADQUARTERS