Role of Glass in Green Architecture

The design and placement of glass is a vital component of green architecture. It allows for natural light and integrates the interior of office and residential buildings with the exterior.    Natural light improves productivity in the workplace and helps maintain a healthy environment.

Equally important is that glass materials and design promote energy efficiency.

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600450 Role of Glass in Green Architecture
Date: 25 November 2013

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