Seves glassblock main character in Lima (Peru)

Date: 23 June 2008
Source: Seves glassblock
Seves glassblock continues its collaboration with its distributors and architects of all over the world to develop the limitless potential of the glass block as a source of innovation and design in contemporary architecture.

Wednesday, May 21st 2008, Seves organized a convention in Lima, Peru in collaboration with one of its distributors Corporaciòn Miyasato, a local and historical brand in the innovative building materials field.

Over 300 architects and interior designers from Peru participated in the convention to meet the technical staff of Seves glassblock. During the presentation, Seves introduced its new glass block philosophy—now more and more open to contributions from the world of the architecture, Seves’s new product range, and the characteristics of the innovative Tailor Made Service.

The presentation served as the starting point for an interactive discussion with the architects, bringing about an exchange of ideas, proposals and opinions on the possible uses of glass blocks, the technical requirements, and future possibilities for product innovation. Thanks to these continued collaborations a new glass block concept is taking form, resulting from the contributions of the world of architecture and at the disposition of design professionals as a new, expressive tool.

600450 Seves glassblock main character in Lima (Peru)
Date: 23 June 2008
Source: Seves glassblock

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