'The New York Times' praises the refinement of glass in 50 West Street, the skyscraper glazed by TVITEC

The New York Times talk in an article about 50 West Street, the skycraper glazed by Tvitec.

Permasteelisa North America designed and install the highly unusual and complex curtain wall at 50 West.  The company appointed Daniele Petroni as the project manager for the facade. Time Equities is the developer of the $500 million building, which was imagined by the innovative architect Helmut Jahn. Fifty West’s glass was sent to Spain for further refinement if it was to be flat, or to China if it was to be curved, and then to Connecticut to be inspected.

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DANIELE PETRONI, PROJECT MANAGER. FOTOS NYT.

600450 'The New York Times' praises the refinement of glass in 50 West Street, the skyscraper glazed by TVITEC glassonweb.com
Date: 19 March 2015
Source: www.tvitec.com

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