Viridian glass used in external and internal glazing at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art

Glazing products from Viridian New World Glass  were extensively used in the design of Sydney’s new Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA).

Featuring a sweeping forecourt, glass-walled entry, checkerboard blocks and exuberant glazing, architect Sam Marshall’s $53 million design strikes a clever balance of restraint with a bold presence.

Viridian’s involvement throughout the four-year project resulted in the targeted use of high performance glass across the structure to create a generous and free-flowing experience for the visitors.

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600450 Viridian glass used in external and internal glazing at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art
Date: 13 August 2012

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