Volume 49, Issue 6
June 2014

features

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Make Your Move
While architects push design boundaries, structural glazing developments keep up with demands.

Connecting ... the Pieces
Architects and glaziers each have a job to do. When they put a premium on communication, the project benefits.

The House that Glass Built
Thirty years ago the Pittsburgh skyline changed with the addition of PPG Place.
Though architectural designs have evolved, the details that went into the tower’s construction were timeless.

Natural Medicine
Studies show there can be many health benefits associated with daylighting. With that in mind, glazing played a significant role in the design of a Sarasota Memorial Hospital tower, which offers patients, visitors and staff a bright, light-filled environment.

Arresting Developments
There’s more to glass than just a window. Take a look at some projects that take glass to unexpected places.

What Are You, New?
There are many steps to take and potential paths to follow when starting a new company. Take a look at the route that led to the recent startup of one contract glazing company.

The Purpose Built Trip
Chicago is the place to be this month when the AIA Show rolls into town bringing some of the latest developments in glass and glazing products.

columns
The Issue @ Hand

GANA Perspectives

Shop Savvy

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Codes & Regulations

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Energy & Environment

Financial Flash

News Analysis: Trends

News Analysis: Machinery

Showcase

Newsmakers

Reviews & Previews

 

on the cover

Ohio State University’s South Chiller Plant, designed by Chicago-based Ross Barney Architects, features dichroic laminated glass panels fabricated by Goldray Industries. Turn to page 62 to read more. Photo: Brad Feinknopf/bfeinknopf@feinknopf.com

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