spandrel glass

spandrel glass

1. An opaque glass used in curtain walls to conceal spandrel beams, columns, or other internal structural construction.
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2. An opaque glass used in curtain walls to conceal spandrel beams, columns, or other internal structural construction.

spandrel glass

An opaque glass used in windows and curtain walls to conceal spandrel beams, columns, or other internal construction.
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Tenders are invited for remove pane of 1 lite of spandrel glass from the south elevation of the 7th floor.
The exterior surface of the building behind the CRAH units was a concrete wall with cross bracing members on the interior and spandrel glass on the exterior.
Berkowitz is an ISO 9001-certified manufacturer of insulating glass, heat-treated glass, silkscreen and spandrel glass, laminated glass, all-glass doors and entrances and point-supported glass systems and canopies, for domestic and overseas markets.
Thin-film systems for fiat and standing-seam metal roofs, and spandrel glass (used in skylights or as a canopy over a building entrance, a parking lot, etc.
The Meltzer/Mandl-designed building will have a 360-foot window of colored spandrel glass, and amenities will include a rooftop terrace, pool and a children's playroom.
The exterior will include aluminum window wall systems with energy efficient Low-E glass and spandrel glass.
Situated on almost nine acres of land, the unique W-shaped Class-A property features a curtain wall of copper colored spandrel glass.
Second, a spandrel glass line has been incorporated into the company's laminating and insulating capabilities.
Hotel du Departement in Marseilles, by Alsop & Stormer, makes extensive use of Saint-Gobain's Emalit spandrel glass.
ehpads pierre laroque - implementation of sunscreens and spandrel glass revival of lot 1.
Composite aluminum panels, tinted vision glass, and matching spandrel glass complete the exterior.