Technical Document Addresses Bird Friendly Glass

Date: 6 October 2011
Source: http://www.glassguides.com
Migratory bird populations colliding into the glass facades of tall buildings is a growing concern in the building industry.

Architectural glass fabricator Viracon has published a new technical document titled Bird-Friendly Glass. Designed to divert birds away from collision with glass and contribute to sustainable building practice, Viracon says silk-screen patterns help birds distinguish glass windows from the open sky.

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