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Glazing Advancements

Palais Quartier © <a href='https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/'>Wikimedia</a> Commons / Saibo
Palais Quartier © Wikimedia Commons / Saibo

Glazing has always been employed in architecture to convey and complement aesthetics. Its use exemplifies spaces, transitions between indoor and outdoor volumes, and modulates the amount of light penetration. With this in mind, glazing manufacturers are continually innovating new products to resolve the ever increasing demands imposed by designers. Whether it is curvilinear, textured, colored, laminated, etc., the increasing variety available is growing at an increasing rate.