Indian Institute building clad in glass sari

Date: 16 November 2011
Source: http://www.steklosouz.ru
Indian architectural firm Abin Design, developed the project of building the International Management Institute, located near the city of Calcutta, has decided to combine the country's national traditions and the latest trends in architecture, in addition to building glass sari.

As stated by the authors of the project, colored curved glass on its facade is designed to protect students from the surrounding gray reality and fill classrooms with light. Such an approach provides the building hanging energy efficiency through the application of new technologies - polyvinyl butyral film gives the glass the necessary insulation characteristics.

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