Bent and Curved Glass provides acoustic glass glazing for new GPT Group head office fitout

Bent and Curved Glass was recently appointed to provide curved acoustic glass performance glazing for the dynamic new GPT Group head office fitout designed by Woods Bagot.

Combining form and function, the architects proposed the removal of the existing floor structure through levels 50, 51 and 52 of the MLC Centre Building in Sydney to create an atrium void. 

BCG were met with the challenge of maintaining the required acoustic privacy for the multitude of meeting rooms located off and within this common use zone. 

 The company delivered a glazing solution that achieved the desired performance and their signature dramatic curves enhanced and softened the spatial flow design crucial to the architects vision for the project.

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600450 Bent and Curved Glass provides acoustic glass glazing for new GPT Group head office fitout
Date: 2 August 2011

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