| Highly insulating fenestration technologies could reduce energy by 18 percent Karma Sawyer, technology manager and physical scientist in the Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office’s (BTO) Emerging Technologies Program, delivered a…
| India aims for greener buildings by design - High-rises in the Capital are all set to become greener.
| A man has been arrested after shots were fired near the White House. One of the bullets was apparently stopped by protective glass.
| The Rochester Top 100, which annually recognizes the fastest-growing privately held companies in the nine-county region, is sponsored by the Rochester Business Alliance and KPMG.
| Glass is an essential component in any modern building, but we do not often stop to think about the complex process behind its development and manufacture.
| Many governments worldwide now require double pane glass in windows for energy efficiency. In between the panes is usually a gas that helps to cut down on unwanted heat transfer.
| In response to demand for improved glass protection from Embassies, Non-Governmental Organisations and businesses in India, a specialist security consultancy in Mumbai has joined forces with London based protective glazing experts, Advanced Glass…
| This is a new door system that architects and designers have been waiting for, providing a new level of functionality coupled with absolute fire safety.
| Simon Halabi, one of Britain's wealthiest property tycoons, is poised to sell his one-third stake in the troubled Shard of Glass skyscraper.
| Polshek Partnership Architects does not specialize in media buildings. But in an odd confluence, three such projects by this firm are opening in succession.
| Blue LEDs set into the road surface of the B 311, similar to those used as runway markings on airfields, show the way at night as drivers enter St.
| Thrillseekers can now take in a unique view of Melbourne from a glass-floored cube hanging from the side of the city's tallest building.
| Plans to build London’s tallest skyscraper have suffered a fresh setback amid infighting among the consortium behind the £400m project.
BAU 2007: 209,000 Trade Visitors Create An Upbeat Mood Among The Exhibitors. Record Number Of Visitors Boosts The Building Industry
| BAU 2007 attracted a record number of visitors. Over the six days of the fair, over 209,000 trade visitors came to the world´s biggest trade fair for building materials, to find out about the products and services of 2,046 exhibitors from 44…
| Glass-clad buildings, once the symbol of modern and gleaming eastern Chinese metropolis, Shanghai, are being scrutinised by city building inspectors looking for safety risks after falling glass pieces injured two passers-by.The first glass-walled…
| On May 20th 2005, the Board of Directors of Sekisui Chemical in Osaka approved plans for the construction of a new plant in the Netherlands to produce the raw material for interlayer film.
| On-Site Systems Glass Etching, an experienced etching company, employs the latest technology and the most talented glass artisans to create sophisticated and elegant custom glass etching for commercial, residential, and government buildings.
| The twin-towered, glass-skinned high-rise that straddles the main train station in the city of Nagoya has entered the Guinness Book of Records as the world's largest building housing a railway terminal.
| HKS Architects, based in Dallas, was given the task of designing the first office building to occupy the planned 3.2-acre site on the Dallas North Tollway, in the fast growing suburb of Addison.