Viridian glass takes centre stage on The Block

As the official glass supplier to the popular reality show The Block, Viridian is now offering homeowners, builders, designers and architects the chance to see first-hand the use of performance glass products in a renovated building.

Viridian’s general marketing manager Lachlan Austin believes its association with Nine Network’s popular television series, The Block will help educate homeowners on the diverse possibilities of performance glass, simplifying the process with their builder.

According to Austin, Viridian’s partnership with The Block represents a significant, strategic opportunity to show viewers how Viridian products can help achieve home design objectives, allowing homeowners to work more effectively with builders, designers and architects, and be better equipped to make informed decisions with their own building and renovation projects.

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Date: 6 February 2014
Source: Viridian

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