NEW MINIMALIST LEVERS

July 2, 2020

New York, 2 July 2020 Our door levers, like all our products, express minimalism.  We resonate with design which is pure and combines finishes like glass, natural stone, concrete, subtle colors and geometric shapes with functional design. New Lever Site   +++ Insensation is based in North America in New York, NY and in Europe in … Read More

FRAMELESS CONSULTING

December 8, 2019

Insensation is known for its expertise in the use of sustainable aluminum in construction, particularly in the areas of doors and staircases. Our 20 year existence, with over 5000 client projects around the world makes us a good choice when considering the cost savings/benefit of implementing aluminum over steel or wood in these areas. Insensation … Read More

STAIRPLANE™ IN MANHATTAN, NEW YORK

November 17, 2019

Insensation was proud to deliver two custom, glass staircases for an outstanding piece of architecture on Greene Street in Soho, NYC. The loft is a precisely detailed living space with an amazing layout over 3 floors. We got to spend some time with the contractor during the staircase installation and were enormously impressed with the … Read More

NEW ONEPLANE™ COPLANAR DOORS

November 7, 2019

If you are a minimalist, you will inherently understand the beauty of these doors.   For those projects where a high-end, co-planar oak door is required, we have created a minimalistic door line called RT3 which has handcrafted oak leafs and jambs. The leafs are co-planar with the outside wall in both push-in and pull-out … Read More

NEW YORK PENTHOUSE AND STAIRPLANE™

April 4, 2019

A $ 9.9 M triplex penthouse in Manhattan has three of our stairplane™ glass panel staircases stretching from bottom to roof terrace. The high-grade aluminum and glass perfectly complements the luxurious finishes throughout the penthouse. White marble, whitened oak and white glass are perfectly harmonious and add real value to this residential oasis. www.stairplane.com   … Read More

STAIRPLANE™ IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

March 15, 2019

Excellent service, follow-up and gorgeous products. I’m thrilled how the glass stair on my project really opens up the middle of the house and floods all levels with light. The details are impeccable! Lloyd DesBrisay, Architect     For the design of a two-family house on a rare vacant lot in San Francisco, the architects … Read More

RURAL STAIRPLANE™ IN LEESBURG, VIRGINIA

February 27, 2019

With over 2000 unique design combinations, architects all over the USA are implementing stairplane™ staircases in the most amazing projects. This outstanding residence is located outside Washington DC, and combines rustic originality with modern architectural class.  Insensation delivered the staircase, railings and walkway railings connecting the upper parts of the house. Our sustainable staircases and … Read More

STAIRPLANE® IN INTERIOR DESIGN MAGAZINE

February 14, 2019

The talented practice of AM/MOR Architecture recently completed a gut renovation for a rooftop condominium in New York City. The tightness of the space called for excellent planning and imagination, which included a stairplane® high-grade aluminum staircase as well as a huge catwalk with full-glass safety railings. Since stairplane® allows a huge level of customisation … Read More

ONLEVEL® FRAMELESS GLASS RAILINGS

February 6, 2019

Insensation is proud to represent OnLevel in North America.   The OnLevel glass railing components simply speak for themselves. All the products can be mounted considerably faster and easier with the added value of an eye-opening effect. The products do not only provide premium performance and support on steps and stairs, or offer protection on … Read More

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