Pilkington: A new landmark tower block in Argentina has been clad in Pilkington glass

The 32-storey building, which has a heliport at the top, is the tallest in downtown Buenos Aires. It has been designed as the new headquarters of a leading Argentine bank, bringing together a number of corporate offices, which are currently scattered around the city.

The glass, supplied by VASA, includes more than 12,000m2 of IGUs made up of Pilkington Energy Advantage™ and an on-line hard coated silver reflective glass to provide both thermal and acoustic insulation, plus some grey float and clear laminated products for the curtain wall.The 32-storey building, which has a heliport at the top, is the tallest in downtown Buenos Aires. It has been designed as the new headquarters of a leading Argentine bank, bringing together a number of corporate offices, which are currently scattered around the city.

The glass, supplied by VASA, includes more than 12,000m2 of IGUs made up of Pilkington Energy Advantage™ and an on-line hard coated silver reflective glass to provide both thermal and acoustic insulation, plus some grey float and clear laminated products for the curtain wall.

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Date: 31 May 2004
Source: Pilkington

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