The event which is being arranged globally and online will host Patrick Schumacher, manager of the UK-based Zaha Hadid Architects, at the T06 Meeting on Thursday, June 25.
This week, we finish the series with 4 videos from the Structural Glass Applications session.
On July 21-22, the first ever Big 5 Digital Festival Africa aims to rebuild confidence in the African infrastructure and construction community and define the path to the post-Covid recovery.
Glass processing technologies enjoyed a positive 2019; especially brilliant for hollow glass. Expectations ran high for 2020 and then, the COVID-19 pandemic re-wrote the script. For now, reliable forecasting is impossible.
With the pandemic-related restrictions being lifted, we are gradually relaunching our training activities – in Poland and abroad. More and more dates are being fixed for events that had to be postponed.
The Association’s newly-elected team of leaders for the next biennium; presentation of the new visual identity for GIMAV and VITRUM.
Face Time 2020: Better Buildings through Better Skins
Two experts offered a financial outlook for both the U.S. and Canada at the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) Virtual Summer Conference.
A panel discussion of financial relief programs for those in the U.S. and Canada took place at the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance Virtual Summer Conference.
GlassBuild Connect, an entirely new glass & fenestration online experience, will be held Sept. 1-30
This week, we continue with 4 videos from the Structural Glass Applications session. Please check out the videos via the links below.
The new name reflects the expansion to a more comprehensive exhibit range, including window & door, facade materials, aluminium profile, accessories, hardware, equipment of window door & facade products.
Those participating in the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) Virtual Summer Conference heard a presentation from Lisa Sterling, founder and CEO of R3-Engage.
Following a short overview outlining key design objectives, the fabrication process of an opaque composite glass panel is described in detail.
Over the past few years London has enjoyed a building boom seeing a large number of developments particularly in the residential and commercial office sectors.
Contemporary architectural transparency (understood as the optical property of the material) is constantly being redefined and, over the last decade, new design trends have developed related to transparent façades in architecture.
The integration of smart glazing and adaptive façade in buildings can lead to large performance improvements and added functionality compared to conventional static building envelope systems.
The performance of the glazed sections of the facade is essential for providing the maximum possible comfort for the building occupants, while minimizing the energy and resource demands of the building.
The Correct Adaptation of IR Thermometers and Cameras to Different Applications
Recently, the uniform load resistance of enamel coated glass plates has become a topic of interest with respect to proposed changes to ASTM E1300.
As a manufacturer and supplier of monolithic, laminated and insulated glass panels, we often produce larger panels that must use heat-treated components, ionoplast interlayers and multi-layer assemblies.
This paper demonstrates the feasibility of training machine learning algorithms on structural data and their potential application as a predictive tool in early stage design work.
Laminated glass deteriorates with time when subject to different environmental conditions. In this work, the impact of different environmental conditions on post-fracture performance is investigated by means of through-crack tensile tests on small scale PVB laminates.
A new design of structural glass application is presented, based on a horizontal self-bearing and pre-stressed glass solution.
Façade transparency is becoming an increasingly significant design factor for both client and architect, which has aesthetic and comfort implications.