ProfilitTM Glass Walling Systems help create a outstanding response to a unique environment.

The School of Dentistry and Health Sciences, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga Campus in New South Wales was designed by Brewster Hjorth Architects. This site sensitive and dramatic design was concepted and constructed to change the way dentistry was perceived. Less clinical, more patient orientated, the space promotes an environment of openness that are supportive of modern workplace practices.

ProfilitTM glass walling systems were an integral aspect of the architect’s design solution. Visibility, transparency and translucence prevail throughout, both externally and internally. Light and colour form a relationship that is experienced both outside-in and inside-out.

The double glazed external Profilit panels help create the permeable, more environmentally responsible dimensional effect the architect worked to achieve. The insulating properties of ProfilitTM are utilised and enhanced to maximise the heating and cooling potential of the building in a number of ways.

Using glass floor to ceiling windows so that walls would ‘disappear’ reoccurs throughout the design. The translucence of the ProfilitTM panels meant the internal rooms could be flooding with light, while still ensuring privacy. Spaces became inviting, relaxing and unlike more usual clinical environments.

UFORM worked with the architect, builder and engineer to ensure the project’s seamless transition from innovative concept to stunning completion.

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