Seves Glassblock At Fuori Salone 2010

Date: 13 April 2010
Source: Seves

Date: 13 April 2010

Linear and pure, high-impact, decorative and functional, the glass block by Seves glassblock confirms its leading role in the most important annual event dedicated to design, the Salone del Mobile in Milan.

In a virtual catwalk that begins in the Seves glassblock showroom situated in Via Lodovico il Moro 25/27, Milan, and ends in the Triennale Design Museum, passing through the Interni Think Tank event at the University of Milan and the Brian&Barry shop windows in Via Durini, the multi-faceted Seves glass block stars in a multidisciplinary plot revolving around fashion, design, architecture and environment. SEVES GREEN POWER.Three eco-friendly glass blocks for architecture of the future  Seves Glassblock ShowroomVia Lodovico il Moro 25/27, 20143 Milan14-19 April, 10.00am to 9.00pmPress preview: Tuesday 13 April, 3:00pm to 7:00pmCocktail party: Thursday 15 April, 7:00pm to 9:00pm  Download the invitation 2010 is the year of innovation and eco-sustainability for Seves glassblock. Always attentive to environmental protection and energy saving, the world leader in the production of glass blocks launches three new architectural products in sustainable and eco-friendly glass at the Salone del Mobile. New and important developments in the production revolutionise from a "green" perspective not only the aesthetic quality, but also the properties of the traditional glass block, which are on exhibit at Seves glassblock’s Milan showroom in Via Lodovico il Moro 25/27.These innovations include: the new UV Reflector glass block that provides protection from UV solar rays, Energy Saving technology for better heat control in winter and summer, and the Q30 Diamante glass block with irregular protruding shape that offers captivating light and shade effects.
Three new achievements for the glass block: the very nature of the material is eco-friendly because it is made from natural raw materials using a production process with low environmental impact where the scraps are completely reintroduced into the next cycle, and the product is completely recyclable at the end of its use.
High quality standards, eco-friendly solutions and a very contemporary look: these are the cards played by Seves this year to renew the materials and to candidate itself as a new protagonist for future scenarios.

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