flush glazing

flush glazing

Glazing in which glass is set in a recess in a frame; stops (if any are used) also are recessed; the glazing is flush with the frame jamb surface.
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In contrast to the flush glazing of the Cartier Foundation in Paris and the Dentsu Building in Tokyo, this facade serves as a kaleidoscope to trap and refract light, giving the building depth.
For instance more precise body stamping accuracy has been achieved and this combines with smoother bodywork and underfloor profiling plus flush glazing to achieve a drag co-efficient of 0.
We carry a variety of storefront systems (pressure wall and seamless mullion systems, thermal and non-thermal flush glazing lines), a wide variety of tubular members (bar stock, angles, channels, sheets and panels) and an array of sash and division bar.
A crisp seamlessness prevails, with roof and walls clad in a taut skin of fibre cement panels neatly inset with flush glazing.
In contrast with the carefully deployed ribbon windows of the brick tower, the metal tower is ruptured by irregular polygons--large expanses of flush glazing providing city skyline views for the restaurant and entertainment space and, for the tower's stair, small randomly placed apertures that are recessed and slightly displaced relative to the openings in the metal mesh.