bronze glass

bronze glass

Glass, having the color of bronze, which reflects incident solar energy, thereby reducing the transmission of energy through it; often useful in controlling glare.
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Contract awarded for panels Aluminum Framed Swing Door (1/4" thick bronze Glass cover etc.
The third subsidiary -- McInnes Steel -- includes three operating units: McInnes Steel, a leading supplier of open-die forgings for power generation, compressor and other commercial markets; McInnes' Rolled Rings, a leading supplier of precision rolled rings; and Eric Bronze & Aluminum, a major supplier of bronze glass bottle molds and aluminum tubing.
The sculptural residential tower of intricate bronze glass detail features 431 one and two-bedroom apartments.
Erie Bronze & Aluminum, another subsidiary of McInnes, is a major supplier of bronze glass bottle molds and aluminum tubing.
The facade will be composed of a dark bronze colored aluminum and a warm reflective bronze glass similar tO Trump Tower.
Dark brown anodized aluminum, bronze glass of 5 mm, with plate for top and bottom and aluminum; pins hidden, hinged.
Upgrading of bronze glass doors to RS about 2 pieces;
BOSTON -- Wynn Resorts unveiled a long-awaited redesign of its proposed Massachusetts casino on Thursday, giving state regulators a glimpse at a gently curving bronze glass hotel tower resembling those of its signature resorts in Las Vegas and Macau.
The 60-story bronze glass tower with architecture by Cetra/Ruddy and interiors by Yabu Pushelberg overlooking Madison Square Park is already over 60% sold with additional units recently coming to market.
16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Related Sales, a division of Related Companies, today announced the official launch of sales at One Madison, the slender 60-story bronze glass tower overlooking Madison Square Park that boasts unparalleled panoramas of New York City and surrounding waterways.
The selection includes antique dinner sets, tea sets, glasses, plates, silver and bronze glass jugs, wine carafes and accessories.
For example, the ocher and black work, with its organic contours and hard edges, might be a section cut from Umberto Boccioni's Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, 1913, but it also sports a black stippled pattern evoking the dotted surface of Picasso's painted bronze Glass of Absinthe, 1914.