STAIRPLANE™ COLOR

December 10, 2018

Our complete range of custom made stairplane™ staircases is now available in any color. After extensive research and development, we are now able to color anodise or color coat any of our stairplane® staircases, railings or landings. Insensation does complete staircase projects and also supplies parts to contractors and architects. For 50 feet of glass … Read More

FRAMELESS DOOR WONDER

November 27, 2018

One of our clients, an international architect building a house in the Hamptons, recently implemented Insensation’s oneplane™ swing and frameless pocket doors in several variations. The house is an amazing piece of architecture in itself. Our doors simply complement the transparency and minimal design in a discreet and subtle fashion. Enjoy this architecture! Insensation is … Read More

ONEPLANE™ FRAMELESS DOORS IN ITALIAN MUSEUM

October 7, 2018

We were honoured when the architect for a new Italian Art Warehouse (think museum) in Hudson Valley approached Insensation and wanted to use our world-class frameless doors in his project. In this superb architecture lies ten of our oneplane® doors, frameless, almost hidden, as one would expect when expressing minimalism. The state-of-the-art facility features more … Read More

LONDON CALLING ONEPLANE™ FRAMELESS DOORS

October 1, 2018

After living and creating outstanding architecture with amazing British and German architects in London for 5 years, it was a pleasure to have another project in London. This one is typical of London architecture, old buildings made new again, with flair and ONEPLANE™ frameless doors.       Insensation is based in North America in … Read More

STAIRPLANE™ AND SOTHEBY’S

October 1, 2018

Sotheby’s New York currently advertising a $3.5 M loft with one of our artistic stairplane™ staircases in the New York Times. Notice the clarity and harmony of the high-grade aluminum engineering, which you don’t see with painted steel stairs and industrial cable-wire railings. Sustainable elegance now installed from San Francisco to Brooklyn. ‘Every staircase I … Read More