Glass Stairs

Start your glass stair project today. Learn More Structural Glass Stairs Incorporating glass products into the design of a staircase can be both functional — and make a beautiful design statement. For pragmatic ...Read More



Walkable Glass Floors, Skylights & Vaults Recycle Natural Daylight Contact Our Design Team Walk-out Skylights Skylights are a way to infuse a space — especially an otherwise dark one — with daylight, ...Read More



Visitors to New York City’s SoHo neighborhood, Philadelphia, Vancouver, Amsterdam, Dublin, London, and Victoria, BC do not have to look far to notice a beautiful artifact underfoot. Small circles or squares of thick glass—often turned purple or yellow with time—set ...Read More


Glass Floors

Glass Flooring Makes a Brilliant Statement Infuse an unexpected source of light or even drama into a space with a walkable glass floor from Circle Redmont. We work with architects and designers to select ...Read More



Glass Structure For centuries, the public and private sectors have hired architects and artists to create landmarks that make a statement, commemorate an event, memorialize a person or persons, or draw the public’s attention — to move them, make them ...Read More


Barrel Vaults

One of the most beautiful architectural shapes is the barrel vault. With their curved planes and soaring effect, it’s easy to understand why barrel vaults have been so often employed throughout history. Also known as a tunnel vault or wagon vault, the graceful form ...Read More


Walls & Windows

Glass Walls Architects and designers are shrugging off their notions of dated 1980s glass block and taking advantage of a wide array of new products in the marketplace to create innovative and stylish glass walls and windows. Exterior and interior ...Read More



Glass Bridges Walkable bridges, whether indoor or outdoor, are an exciting and dynamic place to incorporate glass underfoot. Not only does the use of glass as a building material provide always-welcomed illumination to very dark areas below a bridge, but glass flooring provides ...Read More


Glass Decks

Glass Deck Decks—any elevated, unenclosed platform—can be attached to all buildings and residences. However, all kinds of elevated walkways, boardwalks, train platforms, and other structures also fall under the broader category of “decks.” ...Read More


Vault Lights

Vault Lights History In the mid-19th century, American inventor Thaddeus Hyatt sought a way to illuminate spaces below ships’ decks—a safer way, that is, than the lanterns, torches, or other open-flame light sources that led to fires ...Read More