Guardian Glass Project: Green Hall 2

Green Hall 2
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© Norbert Tukaj
For the facade, Guardian SunGuard® coated solar control glass was chosen for its exceptional clarity, neutral transparency, low reflection and consistent colour.

Designed by Arrow Architects and UAB Archinova, Green Hall 2 is a 13,500- square-metre office building that overlooks a beautiful green landscape set along the river in the heart of Vilnius. The building owner desired a new Class A building that was in harmony with nature.

The expressive shape of the new building integrates harmoniously into its surroundings, giving the structure its overall dynamic character and freeing it from constraints imposed by the building site.

Green Hall 2
© Norbert Tukaj

Every square metre of office space includes a façade of which more than half is glass, ensuring ample daylighting reaches as much of the work space as possible. This creates a more comfortable working environment for employees. Numerous studies have shown that abundant daylight can have a positive impact on employee wellbeing and productivity.

Green Hall 2
© Norbert Tukaj

For the facade, Guardian SunGuard® coated solar control glass was chosen for its exceptional clarity, neutral transparency, low reflection and consistent colour. The glass allows plenty of sunlight to pass through the façade, while radiating and reflecting away a high proportion of the sun’s heat.

Green Hall 2
© Norbert Tukaj

 

Green Hall 2
© Norbert Tukaj

COUNTRY: Lithuania

CITY:Vilnius

ARCHITECT(S): UAB Archinova, Arrow Architects

GLASS PROCESSOR(S): SKP Stiklas, Stronglasas

CLADDER(S): KG Constructions

PRODUCT(S):

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