Glass for Europe contributes to the new European Bauhaus

Glass for Europe contributes to the new European Bauhaus
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Date: 17 March 2021

Glass for Europe contributed to the new European Bauhaus to highlight the importance of considering buildings in all their dimensions and to promote a people-centred approach to architecture.

Thanks to high energy performance glazing, buildings can be energy efficient without making compromise on design, aesthetic, and occupant’s wellbeing. Glass is an incomparable material made to look through and to connect us to the outside environment and it is Glass for Europe firm believe that glass is the iconic material to build on the future of the European building stock.

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