Frameless Glass Louvres from AGP

For the new Lucient Apartments project in Melbourne, the architects, The Buchan Group, had selected Architectural Glass Projects operable glass louvres for their main feature facade and to enclose the apartment wintergardens and allow all year round use.

To provide a greater clear opening space in the vision area, AGP specially developed the Fineline-XTS Series glass louvre system. It features a special mechanism within the mullions that allows the top operable louvres to open upwards while the bottom operable glass louvre opens downwards.

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600450 Frameless Glass Louvres from AGP glassonweb.com
Date: 22 May 2007
Source: Infolink.com.au

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