Artisan Glass & Design has been providing commercial and architectural glazing services throughout Southern California since 1985. We are conveniently located in Santa Ana, California with a team of more than 60 experienced glass professionals and office staff. Our team has vast commercial glazing experience, and we’re committed to performing our work to the highest of professional and safety standards. The attention to detail and pride in our workmanship shows.
Our roots are in custom architectural glass, a past that inspires everything we do. We apply the same craftsmanship and pride of work to all of our commercial glazing projects. Whether working on custom glass railings, interior office partitions, glass storefronts, or curtain wall systems, you can count on us for precision, professionalism, and quality. The scope of our work is expansive with aluminum framed glazing systems and curtain wall projects completed throughout Orange County, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
We work closely with our clients to understand their vision for the project and educate them about the possibilities. Whether your commercial glazing project must comply with existing architectural guidelines or you have full creative control over the design, you can count on us to execute it to perfection.
With more than 35 years of commercial and residential glazing experience, there are few commercial and architectural glass challenges we haven’t already conquered, though we’re always ready for the next one. Check out our gallery to see examples of our recent commercial glazing projects and then contact us to learn more about why we’re the right Southern California commercial glass company for the job.
Artisan Glass & Design guarantees exceptional quality and service, every time. Through hard work and dedication to our craft, we earn the respect and trust of our customers, suppliers, partner vendors, and fellow employees. Our consistent, high quality commercial glass installations and workmanship assure our customers that we are a cut above the rest in Southern California.