COVID-19 UPDATES

Stay informed on how the coronavirus is impacting the glass and glazing industry at usglassmag.com and subscribe to the USGNN e-newsletter for timely, ongoing reports.

PROJECT OF THE MONTH

Principal Tower Makes its Mark
https://bit.ly/2AqfFoI

The Principal Tower, completed in mid-2019 in London, stands 162 meters tall with an elegant glass façade. Designed by Foster + Partners, its floors hang like transparent layers between the delicate, horizontal façade bands that mark the individual levels. The extensive use of glass in the outer skin was vital to this filigree look. The insulating glass was constructed with the warm edge Swisspacer Ultimate. Due to its special gas and vapor-tight foil, this spacer bar prevents the gas filling from leaking out of and water vapor from penetrating the space between the panes.

Send Us Your Glass Projects!

Share your latest project news by emailing images to Ellen Rogers at erogers@glass.com. Include the name and location of the project, architect and types of glass and glazing products. Also, be sure to include any unique details and features about the project.

WEBSITE OF THE MONTH:

MyGlassTruck
www.myglasstruck.com

Listen to Your Latest Podcasts at www.usglasssmag.com/podcast

SUBSCRIPTIONS

Sign up for the Digital Edition and USGNN™ Daily E-Newsletter
Get the Mobile App in the App Store and the Google Play Store

CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Twitter: twitter.com/usglass
Facebook: facebook.com/usglassmagazine
Linked In: linkedin.com/showcase/usglassmagazine
Instagram: @usglassmagazine

Catch Up With USGlass Bloggers

Monday: On the Road with USGlass | Debra Levy, Lite Notes | Ellen Rogers

Tuesday: USGlass and Paul | Paul Bieber and Paul Daniels

Wednesday: Dollars and Sense | Richard Voreis

Thursday: Field Notes | Chuck Knickerbocker, Mind Your Business | John Rovi

Friday: Commercial Commentary | Joe Erb,  On the Safe Side | Kevin Norcross, Insights and Inspirations | Helen Sanders

To view the laid-in version of this article in our digital edition, CLICK HERE.