The use of glass to provide buildings with natural light and a visual connection to the outside world is a long-standing practice. Glass has grown from its original application of a simple window to now be included in projects as a practical material for light, views, thermal and acoustic needs, as well as for specific design intentions. When choosing glass as an exterior material, special thought must be made to consider how this will affect the interior of the building.
To find out more about specifying glass for exterior projects, download this free whitepaper.
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