Date: 25 April 2019
Situated in the shadow of the Basarabia Bridge on the former site of the Spicul bread factory in Bucharest, The Bridge provides more than 80,000 square metres of Class A office accommodation across two buildings.
The elegant, sustainably designed buildings feature the latest energy efficiency technologies, resulting in the award of the highest LEED Platinum scorecard certification for a Romanian property.
Guardian SunGuard® eXtra Selective SNX 50/23 and SNX 60/28 solar coated glass were selected for the high-quality glazed facades. These provide the ideal balance between high light transmission and solar factor, with outstanding thermal performance.
Natural daylight reaches almost all work areas in the building, whilst the glazing reflects the optimum amount of solar heat away. This helps to make the place comfortable for the occupants during their working day.
To further improve aesthetics and satisfy current architectural trends, Guardian has replaced in its range, SunGuard SNX 50/23 and SNX 60/28 with a new generation of solar coated glass products. SunGuard® SNX 50 replaces SNX 50/23 and offers even better colour consistency and enhanced internal and external reflections.
SNX 60 is a triple silver coated solar control glass that replaces SNX 60/28. It offers even better colour consistency, enhanced internal reflections and has a consistent, neutral, transparent appearance, regardless of the viewing angle.
ARCHITECT: Epstein Global