Our Point fixed glazing systems are often used by architects in structural glass curtain walls to create transparency and depth of vision for the occupants. The building will have thus a near transparent façade or sloped roof with a flush glass appearance. The glass panes are either bolted or clamped with components providing attachment to the structural system. The most common system type is often referred to as a “spider” system. The metallic fingers that support the glass façades allow the designer to increase transparency by minimizing the structural framing. As structural system , we usually use Steel structure, tension cables or glass fins depending on the structural calculation requirement, the client budget and the esthetic vision requested by the architects.