architectural glass


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architectural glass

Any of several types of configurated glass.
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AGC Asahi Glass will continue implementing ongoing cost reduction measures and aims to improve the profitability of its architectural glass business domestically in Japan.
The event was held under the aegis of Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF), through its subsidiary Emirates Glass, one of the largest processors of flat architectural glass in the region.
The conference focused on various aspects of the architectural glass sector, and included presentations by experts from leading international glass companies and related industries.
AviProtek patterns on the first (exterior) surface of windows and architectural glass are proven to reduce bird injury and mortality by providing contrasting patterns that birds can see while in flight.
The company has plans to support a forthcoming exhibition of architectural glass at The Artworks' 1830 Gallery, which will feature the work of the aforementioned Alexander Beleshcenko.
Viracon is the only North American architectural glass fabricator focused on commercial buildings with its own coating capabilities," said Kelly Schuller, Viracon president.
Bin Kalban said: "Reinstating Emirates Glass' position as a pioneer in adopting technological innovations, the new coating line will enable the company to capitalise more effectively on the burgeoning demand for energy-efficient architectural glass.
Alzbeta Sinkova took the Award for Excellence in the Stevens Competition for Architectural Glass Design and has gained a 40-week work placement within a variety of leading UK and European glass studios.
The factory has a total area of 35,000 sq/m and plans to churn out at least 2,800 sq/m of processed glass each day and is set to provide innovative and creative glass solutions that would surpass the requirement of architectural glass in the region.
Silver' will be on display at the Degree Show for final year students of Glass, Architectural Glass and Ceramics at the National Glass Centre, from Friday, June 15 to Thursday, June 21.
A WOMAN who overcame dyslexia to study for a degree is converting her passion for architectural glass into a business.
Mother-of-three Joanne Jones, from Brotton, and Stockton gran Fiona Harley, have been studying for their BA Honours degree in glass, architectural glass and ceramics at Sunderland University.

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