Our walk on glass floors are manufactured for both internal and external use. Not only does it allow for increased natural light to filter in, it also provides for stunning features, within homes and gardens.


The trend for using glass more innovatively in architecture and design is growing. Previously glass floors were used to provide a practical light solution to environments where spaces such as basements or windowless rooms had suffered with poor natural light. Many of us are fascinated and stimulated by glass structures, especially when that structure is a glass floor and the vista is some distance below, and today architects are using glass to much greater effect.

Structural units of glass can be used to create walk on areas of glass for use in a full glass floor or floorlight.
  • In many cases the glass will be a top, walk on layer of Toughened and Laminated Glass, multiple layers of Toughened Glass that are then laminated together to provide additional structural support.

  • If the walk on glass floor or floorlight is separating two different climates, a glass corridor connecting two structures for example, the Laminated Glass panel can be integrated into a horizontal double or triple glazed unit to maintain thermal performance.

  • In all Glass Floor structures, Low Iron Glass is recommended to reduce the noticeable green tint in layered glass constructions.

  • Low Maintenance Glass can be used to reduce cleaning in high traffic glass floors and specialist Fire Rated Glass can also be used on glass floors where a fire rating is required.


The demand for anti-slip glass in pedestrian areas has steadily increased over the years. Its remarkable qualities in light transmittance and of its aesthetics have unquestionably contributed to this situation. Ideal for flooring and stairs, of high visual impact, in public and private settings.

For health and safety precautions, Anti-slip resistance should be applied to the external face of the glass floor, especially in cases where the glass surface is exposed to weathers such as rain and wind.

There are several Anti-slip solutions:
  • Sandblasting the outer layer of glass, to create a slightly rougher external surface to the glass floor delivering anti-slip properties.

  • Screen printing the external face of the glass is also an option as it creates a ceramic Anti-slip pattern on the surface.

Applying an anti-slip glass surface finish to glass that is designed for walk-on applications should always be considered; the same finish can also provide some obscurity to the glass if required. Anti-slip glass for walk on glass rooflights is also available.