Volume 43, Issue 8 - August 2008

features

Wearing a Label
As the International Code Council prepares to look more
closely at the way fire-rated glazing is labeled, the glazing
industry continues its debate over the best label for the glass.

New Heights:
IGMA’s Summer Meeting

Members of the Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance
met in Whistler, British Columbia, in June to further their
work on a number of documents.

Decorative Glass Supplement

Sweet Rewards
It’s great when you’re paid to do
something you love. Such is the case for
BJ Katz and Meltdown Glass; the team
has worked hard to bring a creative flare
to architectural glazing.

Special Effects
A growing number of decorative glass techniques are
available to help architects and designers achieve their
unique visions. Silk-screening is one project that works for
any budget, from the smallest to the
extravagant.

Decorative Discussions
Step-by-Step
Visual Effects

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ON THE COVER: Use of fire-rated glazing continues to grow, but will the confusion built up around labeling make these products too hot to handle? Turn to page 32 to read more. Photo courtesy of Techinical Glass Products. 

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