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| The structural glass for this globe structure is created with laminated double curved glass panels patch supported by a steel structure.
| New technological advances in glass have taken curved glass fabrication to different levels of complexity and performance in the last few years, and design continues to drive into new frontiers.
| The color and performance of glass in buildings are important design elements. Project specific designed coatings can merge the visual intent of architects and building owners with the energy performance requirements of a building.
| When designing with glass, there are a wide range of options to choose from to create a truly unique project.
| Low-e glass stands for low emissivity, whereas emissivity indicates the ability of a material to radiate energy.
| Multiple glass options offer customized ways to suit different building needs.
| “UniGlass is committed to stay at the forefront of the technological trends. We want to make sure we can offer our customers the total range of glass products that they need for their projects.”
| Spandrel glazing has developed to a stage where more efficient insulation can generate higher thermal stresses than can normally be resisted by heat strengthened (HS) glass on which ceramic enamel (frit) has been applied.
| This paper describes an alternative set of layers stacks which comprises only metallic and oxidic layers and which can be obtained with Leybold Optics’ coaters.
| Frank Lloyd Wright's reasoning for the building design was that he wanted the Kaufmann family to live with the waterfalls, to make them part of their everyday life, and not just to look at them now and then.
| Architectural glass coating business is continuing to mature. Building codes enforcing the use of energy efficient LowE coatings, which are implemented step by step in a growing number of countries around the globe.
| Glazing can take several forms in a building application including curtain wall, operable windows, storefront, skylights and architectural glass.
| Glass is the dominant building material in modern architecture.
| Atomic Layer Deposition is a Chemical Vapor Deposition method based on saturating surface reactions.
| Windows and, generally, glass allow you to see and to be seen. However, sometimes it may be desirable to be shielded from view. Liquid crystal glazing is a perfect alternative to conventional curtains in a variety of contexts.
| To celebrate the 225th anniversary of Italys famous Nardini Distilleries, the Nardini family - who still owns and runs the company - treated themselves to an architectural work of art, erecting a stunning glass creation designed by Massimiliano…