patent glazing


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patent glazing

A system of glazing which employs any of a variety of commercially available devices for securing the glass sheets without the use of putty.
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They are made in the same materials as the cloister: laminated timber and patent glazing. They have the kind of rather histrionic grandeur that reminds you of Aldo Rossi or Leon Krier at the height of their early '80s eloquence.