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PROJECT OF THE MONTH

Cube Berlin Features Double Skin

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Located next door to Berlin’s central train station, Cube Berlin is in the heart of the city’s business, government and cultural district. It was apparent from the start to 3XN Architects of Copenhagen that its design would require careful attention to product selection, ensuring that the right glass was used.

The solution was a double skin façade that uses coatings and PVB interlayers in a unique combination. To address the building owner’s strict energy requirements, Guardian Glass and Eastman selected, tested and utilized reflective solar coatings on the outer skin while adding a Saflex solar-absorbing PVB interlayer to control solar heat gain in the cavity.

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WEBSITE OF THE MONTH:

William Penn Glass
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