Pilkington: New Shinjuku Tower Uses REFSHINE

Date: 21 August 2009
Source: Pilkington
The new Platine Nishi-Shinjuku tower building in Tokyo uses 8,800 square metres of REFSHINE® high performance solar reflective glass.

Situated close to local rail links in a prestige commercial area, the 33-storey building includes 18 floors of offices and 13 floors of service apartments, with a fitness centre for residents and conference facilities.The new Platine Nishi-Shinjuku tower building in Tokyo uses 8,800 square metres of REFSHINE® high performance solar reflective glass.
 
Situated close to local rail links in a prestige commercial area, the 33-storey building includes 18 floors of offices and 13 floors of service apartments, with a fitness centre for residents and conference facilities.

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