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Beyond Transparency: 5 Buildings Highlighting Glass Brick Facades

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© Trieu Chien Glass brick facades have emerged as a captivating architectural trend, blending the enduring elegance of glass with the robust strength of bricks. Glass bricks can as well be more thermally resistant than conventional glazing. Read more »

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Heatherwick Studio Reveals Expansive Glass Canopy for Olympia's Regeneration Project in London

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Courtesy of Olympia Heatherwick Studio has unveiled the design of a new large-scale glass canopy to become one of the main attractions of Olympia , an ambitious regeneration project aimed at transforming the 138-year-old exhibition halls in London into a global culture and entertainment destination. acres of accessible public spaces.

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How to Improve Internal and External Environments with Glass Ceilings

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Image © XINLEE As a highly transparent material that stands up to all but the most extreme of weather conditions, is easily formed into any size or shape, and, once formed, will last for thousands of years, glass is still one of the most innovative and crucial materials used in architecture. Read more »

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Monumental Outdoor Glass Installation to Be Unveiled at Milan Design Week

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In the serene embrace of Palazzo Isimbardi, “ Re/Creation ” offers a space where minds are free to wander, inspired by the fluid grace of molten glass. The title refers to the innovative technique of fused glass, where the essence of fused glass lies in letting go. Its own weight and gravity take care of the rest.

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Lasvit’s "Re/Creation" Emerges With Handcrafted Fused Glass of Various Textures and Forms

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The monumental piece highlighted the company’s expertise in using the fused glass furnace and its journey in redefining the relationship between glass and architecture. "Re/Creation" Re/Creation" emerged as a central attraction for visitors, offering a space for relaxation.

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Exploring Timber and Glass in 11 Contemporary Architectural Designs

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With technological development, techniques were also refined, and in the 19th century, industrialization spread the use of other materials, transforming and expanding the realm of construction: iron and glass. Read more »

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Shigeru Ban Architects Unveils "Paper Log House" on Display at Philip Johnson's Glass House

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© Michael Biondo Shigeru Ban Architects, in collaboration with The Glass House and The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of the Cooper Union , have just revealed “Shigeru Ban: The Paper Log House at The Glass House.”

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