Structural glass has advanced in leaps and bounds with new technology and more and more cutting-edge products being released to market, giving engineers and architects even greater creative freedom.

Seven times stronger than ordinary, untreated glass, structural glass enables walls, floors and ceilings in buildings to be transparent and even fulfil a load-bearing role. It is made by heating sheets of glass uniformly after manufacture until it becomes plastic, before rapidly cooling the glass with jets of air. The…