SOLO Ornamental Stainless Steel Glass Railing System

Dallas Holocaust Museum

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Project Overview

Location: Dallas, TX
General Contractor: Austin Commercial
Architect: Omniplan Architects

Our SHOE™ Structural Glass Railing System is an aluminum glass railing system with a patented compression set aluminum base shoe system. SHOE™ Glass Railing is perfect for commercial interior or exterior, balcony railing or stair railing applications. In addition, this architectural railing solution provides a fall protection system without the use of an unsightly barrier. SHOE™ Aluminum Glass Railing can be either top or fascia mounted. It is available with a glass bracket mounted handrail, round top cap or a U-channel top cap. Base shoe is available in stainless steel or an anodized aluminum cladding.

VIVA’s tempered glass infills provide optimal line of sight as well as an understated elegance. Our glass infills range from a minimum of 3/8″ PVB or SGP laminated glass. Colored, patterned and frosted glass are additional options based on design intent and need.

Our Wall Rail is an additional option available with any of the railing systems for use on stairs or ramps. The standard VIVA Wall Rail uses ingeniously designed conical brackets that can be mounted on drywall, CMU, concrete, tile, stone or steel. In addition, our use of concealed fasteners provide stability without unsightly flange or covers. VIVA Wall Rail is primarily offered in standard 1.5″ dia. stainless steel but other metal and wood profiles are available as well. Wall Rail also comes with lighted rail options.


Safety, service, integrity, and ownership is what makes Austin Commercial such a great company. With exceptional core values and commitment, Austin Commercial has a massive portfolio of over 4,000 projects from industry to retail since it was founded in 1918.

Omniplan Architects works hard to transform the Dallas landscape and its surrounding cities; bringing growth and prosperity to the DFW area.


The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum opened its doors back in 1984. The museum is “dedicated to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference.” The brand new state of the art facility opened to the public on September 18, 2019.