Vitro: We asked architects what they wanted

Vitro: We asked architects what they wanted
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Vitro Architectural Glass

Date: 10 June 2021

Architects wanted the right balance of reflectivity. Watch to learn how Solarban® R77 glass was developed.

We asked architects what they wanted. The answer was a glass with a crisp, neutral look and a balanced reflectivity to bring light to their building projects. The result was Solarban® R77 glass.

Watch our video on Solarban® R77 glass to discover how Vitro’s latest innovation in low-e glass came to be and why our architectural services and R&D teams believe it is “just the tip of the iceberg” of what is yet to come.

Solarban® R77 glass is the newest addition to the Vitro family of neutral-reflective, low-e glasses, showcasing reflectivity that is higher than that of Solarban® 67 glass but lower than that of Solarban® R100 glass.

On the building exterior, Solarban® R77 glass presents a crisp, neutral, silver-blue look ideal for capturing the visual character of the ambient environment. On the interior, Solarban® R77 glass provides crisp, lively views and soft, natural, neutral daylighting.

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