Viridian launches 2011 Architectural Glass Guide

VIRIDIAN’S NEW 2011 Architectural Glass Guide is now available. This new, 128-page edition of what is considered to be one of the most referenced tools for industry professionals using glass, replaces the 2007 edition.

The volume details hundreds of combinations of glass types categorized by their primary application – making them easy to find and compare. Key characteristics of glass are listed, such as solar and thermal performance, colour, transparency and reflectivity, with recommended products for different requirements.

The 2011 guide offers latest in innovative products on the market and advice on how to meet the newest industry codes. This volume simplifies decision-making and inspires creative glass choice.

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