Architectural Glass Building Performance and Occupant Wellbeing

WEBINAR: 22/09/2020, 14:00 GMT+1

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The Webinar Programme

22/09/2020, 14:00 GMT+1
Presented by Andrew Brook, Technical Advisor at Guardian Glass

From visual and thermal comfort to connection with nature, architectural glass may contribute to the building’s efficiency and occupants’ wellness as well. Find out more about glass impact on building's performance and user’s comfort in our webinar.

  • Reasons why architectural glass plays key role in design trend towards improved occupant wellbeing (glare, colour, light transmission)
  • The smart use of glass to optimize sustainability and building performance
  • Criteria for selecting the appropriate type of glass or color while expressing architectural identity as well
  • And of course, the answers to all your questions

Guardian Glass, is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of float, coated and fabricated glass products. At its 25 float plants around the globe, Guardian Glass produces high performance glass for use in exterior (both commercial and residential) and interior architectural applications, as well as transportation and technical products. Guardian glass can be found in homes, offices, cars and some of the world’s most iconic architectural landmarks.