| As a modern society, we’re spending about 90% of our time indoors – at home, in offices or commuting. How is it possible to get access to daylight, when we can’t naturally be outside? By making buildings more transparent.
| The reduction of greenhouse gases is one of the most important goals of the international climate policy. Today, roughly one third of all greenhouse gas emissions is created by urban population.
| Curved insulated glass units formed by tempered bending or annealed slumped bending offer a bold expression of architectural design with transparency and energy efficiency.
| Glass has entered the sustainability vernacular in a big way, which is great news for builders.
| Low-e glass stands for low emissivity, whereas emissivity indicates the ability of a material to radiate energy.
| A green building is the hallmark of economically sound business decisions, thoughtful environmental decisions, and smart human impact decisions.
| Modern, transparent and prestigious – large glass façades are very much in vogue for office complexes and industrial buildings.