Project of the Month

Retaining Fallingwater’s Iconic Connection Between Indoors and Outdoors

In 2019, the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, owners of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, sought to complete restoration work on the windows and doors of the architect’s celebrated masterpiece. The organization turned to Vitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPG Glass) and Starphire Ultra-Clear glass. … Continue reading

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Cube Berlin Solves Solar Concerns in Unique Design with Double Skin Façade

cube berlin is no ordinary glass-covered building. Located on the busy Washingtonplatz next door to Berlin’s central train station, the project is in the heart of the city’s business, government and cultural district. With its prominent location, 3XN Architects of … Continue reading

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Solarban R100/Bronze Glass Helps Charlotte’s Capitol Towers Earn LEED Gold

Inspired by classical pavilion architecture, using a Doric Order and monumental half-round column design, Capitol Towers in Charlotte, N.C., is a newly iconic office building combining old-world Roman influence with high-performance glazing and modern energy efficiency. The ornate façade, designed … Continue reading

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Principal Tower Makes its Mark

The Principal Tower, completed in mid-2019 on the edge of London’s trendy Shoreditch artists’ district, makes an impressive mark on the city’s skyline with its 162 meter-tall, elegant glass façade and its 50 stories. Designed by Foster + Partners, the … Continue reading

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Cambridge Architectural Etched Fabric Creates Visual Landmark at Bay Area’s Ohlone College

Cambridge Architectural has incorporating its etched metal mesh with in a five-story stair tower façade at Ohlone College in Freemont, Calif. The college name and a decorative tree design were etched into 1,451 square feet of Cambridge’s Mid-Shade mesh by … Continue reading

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