Interior Glass Applications

News

Solarban® 67 and Solarban® 70 solar control, low-e glasses by Vitro Architectural Glass and “Nuance” acid-etched patterns from Walker Glass were chosen for the project.
Tecglass launches JETVER TRANSLUCENT inks, an upmarket ink that creates an intense colour story without being totally opaque.
The new range of inks to ensure the highest opacity in lighter colours while maintaining the highest printing speed.
Reflect the energy of nature with decorative glass series
Thanks to laser technology, the glass industry can do something that would be almost inconceivable in any other sector.
It has been almost one year since the Vitro-Jet MultiFlex was launched on the market with an exceptional wide acclaim.
GlassPrint, Europe’s only event dedicated to glass decoration, is provisionally scheduled to take place in spring 2022.
Two NGA Glass Technical Papers (GTP) related to mirror products have undergone review and update, and are now available for download in the NGA Store.
HEGLA boraident’s innovative process relies on the laser-assisted release of silver ions into glass surfaces to create an antibacterial function.
Glaziers cooperate on Camden’s first new hotel in 50 years.
With Starphire® glass, you can express colors and patterns in their purest forms and evoke luxury anywhere from decorative murals to doors.
POLFLAM® BR fire-resistant bent glass, as well as our fire-resistant flat glass, were both used in the glazing for the BONARKA underground car park’s stunning entryway.
Draft Curtain System Meets Fire Codes and Protects Against Threats of Smoke
Thirsty Thursdays are live 30-minute webinars held monthly and covering a wide range of industry trends and technical issues.
Folienwerk Wolfen are delighted to announce that evguard® laminating film can now be found on the NBS Platform
For privacy, pure minimalist style and the best use of natural light inside buildings, the new Transparent Collection of creative patterns has been released by Tecglass.

Articles

This research investigates the potential of glass as a new design tool to highlight and safeguard our historic structures.
Glass surfaces can be pre-treated so that they do not offer bacteria and viruses a chance to survive and do not aggregate layers of dirt.
From domed skylights to curved handrails, revolving door enclosures to building enclosures, the dramatic curves of bent glass offer architectural form and function.
Decorative glass is limitless in design, colors, patterns, textures, and offers aesthetic brilliance in countless interior applications.
Minimalist windows explore the potential of structural glass to provide large sliding glass doors with extremely thin doorframes.
New Technical Document (TD) reviews glass surface decontamination—and what makes glass ideal for physical separation and other applications.
Durability Testing Under Climatic Influences and Mechanical Loads
In the last decade there has been a trend in Architecture to design façades in which all structural elements are made of glass. This trend has also extended to other parts of the building such as rooflights, staircases, etc.
It is estimated that 100 million to 1 billion birds a year perish due to collisions with glass.(1-2) In North America, some communities have enacted legislation aimed at protecting birds by calling for the design and installation of birdsafe glazing.
This paper will discuss the psychology of perception, threshold, and emotion in interior glass design.
Structural, architectural and installation demands must all be considered in glass structures. The best solutions do not form a compromise between these demands but integrate them into one solution.
This contribution is an excerpt of the journal publication by Louter et al. 2018. It explores the potential of thin glass for architectural applications and reports on two thin glass concepts.

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