Glass facades for commercial exteriors

All those tall glass buildings you whiz past in your cars are a constant reminder of how glass has moved past beyond its traditional use in windows and mirrors and come a long way to become a reflection of contemporary architecture.

Gone are the days when all we could spot were those brick buildings now glass has overtaken it.All these glass buildings now are the symbol of urbanisation.We encounter glass facades almost everywhere these days as they are known to raise the glamour quotient in any kind of architecture. Increased usage of glass facades for commercial exteriors is instrumental in escalating the aesthetics of a building, not just that, they are even beneficial in terms of energy-efficiency.

The glass product range includes heat includes heat reflective glass, energy efficient reflective glass, solar control glass, tempered burglar proof glass, decor glass, frosted glass, sound resistant glass, impact resistant glass and many more products, in varied thickness, colours and other specifications.

Usage of glass facades are all set to raise the bar to redefine structures. There are variety of glass facades being used which reduces inside temperature comparatively under the sun, ensures longer life of upholstery due to reduced heat, helps lower the use of Air Conditioning, thereby improving fuel efficiency. Not just this they also reduce external noise and vibrations inside cabins, shops etc.

They not just add to the glamour quotient but also reflect elegance and sophistication. These days we come across world class designs being embraced in glass facades. Some are trying to set examples in terms of design, others are trying to find comfort and convenience whereas there are some aiming at both exemplary designs as well as comfort, convenience and energy efficiency.

Glass facades are for sure raising the standards and redefining the exterior architecture.

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600450 Glass facades for commercial exteriors
Date: 22 October 2015

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