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| Structural, architectural and installation demands must all be considered in glass structures. The best solutions do not form a compromise between these demands but integrate them into one solution.
| Extended abstract (The complete contribution will be published in the Glass Structures & Engineering journal).
| The Glass structure of the West Balustrade in Eleftherias Square Nicosia Cyprus presented a challenge to Pentagonal in terms of 3D modelling, special glass fittings fabric, glass production, installation and testing.
| Incidents in Melbourne of ‘spontaneous’ glass breakage are more about the construction industry forgetting the lessons of the past than ‘cheap’ Chinese imports.
| When it comes to safety glass, there are generally two options that architects and designers of today will tend specify: toughened glass and laminated glass.
| A glass balustrade can transform your stairs, landing or balcony into a thing of beauty.
| If you’re looking to create an eye-catching and unique design feature, decorative glass is a really effective and attention-grabbing way to do it.
| Laminated safety glass with SentryGlas® ionoplast interlayer is helping to ensure the safety and security of visitors to the recently upgraded glass floor and balustrades on the first floor of The Eiffel Tower – the most visited paying monument in…
| Glass has been used for both decorative and functional purposes for much of history; the forms and techniques used have changed with our technological advances.