Curved Glass: an Obstacle or an Opportunity in Glass Architechture?

What’s great about today’s technology is that it allows us to push the known limit to an exciting, unknown territory.

We can innovate, we can study, and we can create truly life-changing designs.  This is what we start to see in glass business in forms of curves and shapes in glass architecture.

And the world is ready for curved glass, as the latest architectural design trends suggest. We’re willing to include bent and curved glass and more innovative shapes in buildings.

By the way, if you’re interested in reading more about the current building trends, I recommend reading Jorma Vitkala’s latest blog on Glass Design Trends.

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600450 Curved Glass: an Obstacle or an Opportunity in Glass Architechture?
Date: 11 September 2015

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