South America - EN

Glass for interiors

logo check
What's your challenge?
Design with glass

From anti-reflection to color tints, modern glass enhances design in many ways.

Build with glass

Whatever the construction challenge, we have the glass to help meet it.

Glass for your home

See how the correct choice of glass can help transform a home – and even our wellbeing.

Highlights
7 St. Thomas

Curved glass contributes to harmony between Victorian and contemporary design

Midlands Technical College Library

When glass helps to create a comfortable learning environment

ARO - 242 West 53rd Street

Floor to ceiling windows provide light, transparency and sweeping views of Central Park

All our projects

From landmark construction projects to innovative residential builds, this is how our glass can make the difference.

Highlights
Our story

Just as we were in 1932, we're ready to meet the challenges of now and the future

Sustainability

Find out more about how glass can support sustainable design

Quality control

We strive for quality in everything we do

Our company

Learn more about who we are

Help and contact

Our expertise and commitments

Highlights
Glass Analytics

Access our comprehensive suite of engineering and analytical tools

BIM objects

Download and use our standardized Guardian BIM content to create project specific BIM files

Seminars and online learning

For anyone who is interested in learning more about glass and its use

Glass for interiors

Guardian offers a whole range of glass that is ideal for interior applications. Including balustrades, doors and flooring, or coloured glass panels. The types of glass used in interiors help to deliver benefits such as security, increased natural light, an enhanced aesthetic appeal and in some instances all these at the same time. 

  • Picture frames

    When it comes to displaying photographs of your loved ones, or works of art in an exhibition, the glass plays as an important role as the frame. Anti-reflective picture framing coated glass help reduce glare and reflection, maintaining the integrity of the picture, photograph or painting.

    See more
  • Partitions

    Glass can be used for interior applications as partitions or divides throughout a building, bringing natural light into open spaces. Glass partitions reduce the need for artificial lighting, while providing privacy, sound attenuation, decoration and impact resistance. Glass partitions create an “open plan” working space filled with light but also allowing for quiet or semi-private areas.

    See more
  • Showers

    Selecting the right glass for a shower enclosure in your home is critical. While the visual appeal of the shower glass is important, keeping the glass enclosure safe and clean is also key. Guardian Glass offers a variety of beautiful glass options to achieve the shower of your dream.

    See more
  • Flooring

    Glass can safely be used as flooring throughout your home, reducing the need for artificial lighting and providing a natural source of daylight. By introducing natural daylight through the core of a building, glass flooring and stairs open up new vistas that might otherwise be blocked.

    See more
  • Furniture

    Use glass as a design feature in a variety of home furnishings, such as kitchen and dining tables, coffee tables, shelves, picture frames, cupboards, wardrobes and mirrors.

    See more
  • Splash backs

    A splash of water. Food splatter. Scuffs. These are just a few enemies of clean bathroom and kitchen walls.

    See more