Viridian allow architects and designers to use glass in extraordinary ways

Created through CSR’s acquisition and merger of Pilkington (AU & NZ) and DMS Glass, Viridian offers new, advanced technology which will allow architects and designers to use glass in different ways.

Driven by the idea of new world glass, Viridian creates a world of light, colour, design and textured effects to reflect a life less ordinary.

In line with increasing regulations on the energy efficiency of building fabrics, Viridian manufactures and promotes energy-efficient and sustainable glass products.

Operating as part of CSR’s Performance Systems Group, which comprises a portfolio of environmentally friendly and energy-efficient building products including Bradford insulation, Bradcore panels, Hebel lightweight concrete and Edmonds ventilation systems, Viridian is backed by the quality, reliability, service and certainty of CSR.

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