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| Today, the European flat glass association releases its recommendations on the revision of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR).
| International Architecture Congress on 22 September 2022
| This month, Vitro’s live webinar series will be offering four online Continuing Education (CE) opportunities exclusively for our Glass Education Insiders.
| Tvitec wants to share a really special book with their clients and partners.
| SOLARBAN® 67 SOLEXIA® Glass Maximizes Daylight for a Southern California Higher Education Mixed Use Facility
| Get to know more of the Bird protection Glass by SAINT-GOBAIN with the upcoming World Bird Migratory Day!
| Vitro Architectural Glass celebrates Earth Day with updates on sustainable products, projects and education
| The perfect balance of aesthetic allure and energy efficiency.
| The second edition will be held on April 25-29, 2022 and the topic on focus is Glass and Sustainability.
| This is the size and weight of the mega windows of the world's largest Zara flagship store
| Transparent, color-neutral glass maximizes daylighting and enhances aesthetics for state-of-the-art science, research space.
| Sustainability is at the heart of Glaston's strategy.
| “Glazing will be essential to deliver truly sustainable buildings” affirms Glass for Europe’s Secretary General B. Cazes in an interview released for the Theme Park of GPD – Glass Performance Days.
| Enjoy this interview with Jens H. Nielsen from the Technical University of Denmark, one of the Editors in Chief of Glass Structures & Engineering.
| Sustainable thinking and reliability have been among Glas Trösch's guiding principles for generations. This also applies to the concept of sustainability.
| Energy performance is becoming an ever more important and integral part of architectural design.
| For the first time in two years, the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) will be hosting an in-person meeting – but this time with a virtual option.
| Vitro Architectural Glass partners with various organizations and industry initiatives to reinforce its commitment to the environment.
| The state-of-the-art, 9,000-square-foot event space is highly rated for its sustainability features and innovative design that promote human and environmental well-being
| The University of California’s new Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building was designed with three major performance and aesthetic goals in mind: natural lighting, energy efficiency and sustainable design.