Many buildings and homes today use a significant amount of glass for the final touches, or the non-structural parts of their premises. Oftentimes, the entire fronts and sides of buildings are covered only in glass. This has many benefits.
It is cheaper than brick and mortar. It allows a lot of natural light to come through during the day, which is not only cheaper as far as your electricity bills are concerned (which is also a definite boon to the environment), it provides a fabulous view of your surroundings both by day and by night – by night being nothing short of spectacular as the lights in the city come on.
For shops and stores, those on the outside would be afforded with a clear view of the store within, and thus, this is virtually free advertisements of what is on sale. Glass has a very alluring quality about it, which is inviting in its transparency. With the proper lighting and artwork trained upon it, the end result is magical.
Office frosting is definitely something worth talking about.
As mentioned afore, many benefits can be gleaned from the use of glass, and the addition of office frosting will add another dimension of attractiveness and several useful features to your premises.
This is a great way to reduce the glare that comes in to your office, thereby reducing your cooling bills significantly. The softer and more diffused light makes the atmosphere more pleasing, when compared to the harshness of direct light.
Tinting glasses with special tints would actually allow those outside to not be privy to the goings on inside the premises (a very useful aspect for a home) but would afford a great view of the outside to those who are within.
Tinted stickers that can be coloured and laser cut using computer technology to reflect absolutely any design or motif that you require makes your premises very attractive. It’s the largest advertisement that you can plaster upon your premises, and indeed, in spite of it being so subtle, it will always be the most eye catching in its pristine classiness. This is tool that is very often used by many vendors and store owners as the effect that it has upon those who pass by it is nothing short of magical. Furthermore, in the case of restaurants and coffee shops etc. this method of tinting allows those patrons within a certain degree of privacy from the eyes of those walking or driving by.
Finally, treating your glass partitions with such tints will also allow for creating separators within the various work groups and departments within your office, without completely blocking out each other. The uses are endless!