| UC San Diego's Living Learning Neighborhood, a recipient of the COTE Award, enhances daylighting, scenic views, and occupant comfort with Solarban® 70 Glass.
| Solarban® 70 on Optiblue® glass is an excellent choice for warmer climate zones with high cooling costs.
| Solarban® 70 Glass by Vitro Architectural Glass elevates solar control and aesthetics at 510 Vermont in Los Angeles.
Historic BancFirst Tower Renovation Glazed in Solarban® R67 Optiblue® Glass by Vitro Architectural Glass
| A curtainwall upgrade allows for stunning views of the Oklahoma City skyline and BancFirst Tower plaza.
| Vitro Architectural Glass has announced that two AIA award-winning projects in the healthcare and educational facility categories feature their Solarban® high-performance solar control low-e glass.
| Solarban® 60 Starphire® glass replaces the National Aquarium’s glass pyramid overlooking Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
| Six of the ten buildings selected by the AIA Committee on the Environment as the top sustainable design projects of 2023 feature Solarban® high-performance glass.
| Large expanses of Solarban® 90 Acuity™ glass by Vitro Architectural Glass don the 484,000-square-foot Parkland Moody Outpatient Center in Dallas, Texas.
| Vitro Architectural Glass has published its new glass catalog, which includes product details, performance data and inspiring project photography.
| Architect Gensler found the perfect balance of clarity and energy efficiency in Solarban® 60 Starphire® glass by Vitro Architectural Glass.
High-Performance Solarban® 70 Glass Lends High-Tech Look to the University of Texas at San Antonio’s Cyber Security Center
| Solarban® 70 glass from Vitro Architectural Glass is the most commonly specified triple-silver-coated low-e glass in the industry.
| Vitro has introduced a new Advanced Low-E Glass Sample Kit featuring Vitro’s wide range of high-performance Solarban® solar control, low-e glass products for convenient, hands-on comparison.
| Solarban® 70 glass was coupled with Optigray® glass from Vitro to accomplish a specific aesthetic.
| Vitro Architectural Glass announced that Erin Casci has been appointed product manager for MSVD coated products, a product group that includes Vitro’s signature Solarban® family of solar control, low-e coatings.
| Marks another milestone in the long history of glass in the Pittsburgh region
| New study conducted by independent consulting firm quantifies return on investment for advanced low-e glazings
| Pittsburgh Glass Center’s expansion will feature Solarban® 72 Starphire® glass, VacuMax™ Vacuum Insulating Glass (VIG) and heavy Starphire® glass by Vitro.
The Moody Center on the campus of the University of Texas features Solarban® 70 clear glass from Vitro
| Solarban® 70 glass by Vitro Architectural Glass encircles the University of Texas at Austin Moody Center arena’s 360-degree curtainwall design
| The Epic I office building in Dallas boasts Solarban® 90 Starphire® glass and Solarban® 72 glass.
| The UPMC Cooper Fieldhouse in Pittsburgh, Pa., has recently been recognized for its exceptional design featuring Solarban® R67 Starphire® glass from Vitro.