SOLO™ ornamental stainless steel glass railings system is for those looking for a discreet railing system that will keep the view unobstructed and yet maintain clean lines that complement the main design.
To construct this design, the BLADE™ posts were redesigned into a single post that is slightly thicker in order to create one clean line. SOLO™ system is simply about an artistically minimalist design wherein one wants the focus to be not on the type of rails involved in the construction, but the view provided by the installation.
The Jefferson Parish Administration Building used SOLO™ railings in order to provide a clean line of sight from the corridors out through the full wall of glass windows running down the side of the building. The single line, stainless steel railing that operates as a handrail can be customized in your choice of wood as well: cherry, red oak, or maple finish. Click to see this illustrated in the SUNY (State University of New York) project.
The ornamental stainless steel glass railing system is ideal for utilization in balcony balustrades (as illustrated in the Boston University stainless steel railings), commercial building atriums, and monumental stair railings. The variety of mounting options available (top, fascia, or core mount) means that whatever the demands of your design, VIVA will be able to provide the right aspects.
An excellent option for the SOLO™ rail systems is our LED-illuminated iRAIL™system from which you can choose from a cool white or warm white. The iRAIL™ lighted system in place in the MJ Steakhouse in Chicago, Illinois is on a SHOE™ system but shows how well iRAIL™ could mesh with the aesthetics of the uncluttered SOLO™ railing system by erasing the requirement for additional lighting on staircases and balconies for night usage.
Between the beautiful constructs of the SOLO™ system and the fact that VIVA completes extensive performance testing and structural calculations to ensure all safety regulations are met, there is simply no better choice for your exquisite, sweeping edifice.