• Stainless Steel node mounted glass railing
    Point supported glass railing found on two stair cases within the office
  • Custom bleached white oak wood handrail added to the stair railing system
  • Eliminating the need for vertical balusters allows for openness and clean sight lines
    Eliminating the need for vertical balusters allows for openness and clean sight lines
  • Base shoe with 1/2” glass shoe anchored to the structural slab on balcony overlooks
    Track Rail base shoe glass railing uses 1/2” glass on balcony overlooks
  • 1/2” laminated tempered glass with a 060 SGP Interlayer
    The stairs and balcony overlooks used 1/2” laminated tempered glass infills with a 060 SGP Interlayer
  • Point series glass railing utilized on multilevel staircases
    Side mounted glass railing utilized on multilevel staircases within the Campbell Mithun Office
  • Point series - 2 1/2” stainless steel side mounted nodes supporting glass railing
    Point series - 2 1/2” stainless steel side mounted nodes supporting glass railing
  • Stainless Steel node mounted glass railing
  • Eliminating the need for vertical balusters allows for openness and clean sight lines
  • Base shoe with 1/2” glass shoe anchored to the structural slab on balcony overlooks
  • 1/2” laminated tempered glass with a 060 SGP Interlayer
  • Point series glass railing utilized on multilevel staircases
  • Point series - 2 1/2” stainless steel side mounted nodes supporting glass railing

Campbell Mithun

Location Minneapolis, Minnesota
Architect Julie Snow Architects
Glazier J & J Glass and Glazing

Trex Commercial Products had the privilege of contributing Point Series and Base Shoe railing systems to the redevelopment of this unique office space. The use of these systems allowed light to flow through the entire space, maintaining the desired open feel.