Glass from G.James Glass & Aluminium was used to create the eye-catching printed glass facade at Victoria University.

Designed by John Wardle Architects, the printed glass facade features abstract images of a running man, portraying human movement and biomechanics.                          

The architect chose digital ceramic glass printing to create the facade panels for the short lead time, print consistency, and freedom of design where they could alter the design without the considerations of traditional screens.

Functionally, the facade allows for light transmission while controlling thermal performance thanks to the use of 24mm G.James TwinGlaze Ultra ETherm 60 glass.

The facade features 348 printed panels to cover a total area of 1600 square metres.