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| cube berlin is an eye-catching, 11-storey office building located at Washington Platz in the Europacity urban district of Berlin.
| EKang Tech automated TPI Insulating Glass line meets need for advanced efficiency and energy performance.
| Higher Education Meets Higher Performance
| NGA asked its Annual Conference 2020 attendees what we as an industry need to pay attention to in this new decade.
| Pleotint, LLC is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Suntuitive® Dynamic Glass Awards. This prestigious honor recognizes superior achievement in the use of the innovative glass and glazing products from Suntuitive technology.
| Taiwan and South Korea Join the Constantly Growing Trend
| On December 31 The National Speed Skating Hall was officially unveiled.
| Product breakthroughs and more from Suntuitive® Dynamic Glass
| Part 1- The Projects
| Latest innovative product offering provides a major market place need.
| Innovative advancements launch tVIG™ to new heights.
| Suntuitive® Dynamic Glass continues to expand globally with installation of Dynamic Fins on the University of Cambridge Civil Engineering Building.
| Solarban® 60 glass was chosen for the replacement of 800 guest room windows at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables because it complied with contemporary energy codes while maintaining the neutral aesthetic of the original glass.
| On September 11th, 2019, ZAK World of Facades Sydney was held in ICC Sydney, Australia.
| Advancement in this technology plus more stringent energy codes had audience interest at its highest levels.
| The opening ceremony of Beijing Daxing International Airport was held on September 25, 2019.
| San Mateo building to offer breathtaking views amongst other major innovations.
| The Russian and East European construction and interior design markets are leaning more and more toward energy-efficient buildings.
| Suntuitive® Dynamic Glass is pleased to announce the addition of Manko Window Systems Inc., to their Certified Fabricator program and as an exclusive distributor in specific territories.
| The new $60m NDIS headquarters in Geelong incorporates 3,000m2 of Suntuitive® Solar Responsive Thermochromic glass, making it the first Australian project of this scale with a 'dynamic' glass facade.