The brilliant Jetver Ultra colors stand out on the facade by ISSOL in Brussels, Belgium for GS33 Architectes Asociés. Energy efficiency has a new ally in Tecglass. Green architecture has long found ways to best exploit solar energy in the construction of more sustainable homes and office buildings.
One of the key aspects of this trend is the integration of solar panels into the architectural design, respecting and appreciating the importance of a building’s esthetics without sacrificing functionality. This is one of the most recent challenges for which Tecglass technology for digital printing on glass has a solution.
If the job of architects today is to balance creativity and functionality, digital printing becomes the ideal solution for customizing solar elements (whose use is constantly growing around the world) with gradations of color, high-definition images and design patterns.
This is exactly what ISSOL, a Brussels-based company specialized in the manufacture of solar glass for the most contemporary designers, recommends to design studios seeking to use spectacular innovative solutions in the construction of highly efficient buildings by taking full advantage of solar energy.
Tecglass digital printing and ceramic inks are the perfect way to combine photovoltaic technology and the leading decorative techniques to create colored glass capable of producing electricity.
And it is precisely the brilliant shades of red in the new range of Jetver Ultra inks developed by Tecglass that stand out in the facade crafted by ISSOL for GS33 Architectes Asociés to achieve the maximum balance between energy efficiency and design.
This unique range of ceramic inks can accentuate the various shades of red and yellow to their highest potential, for quintessential color rendering on all types of glass.