More Than a Pretty Façade: Specifying with channel glass

Razwick, Jeff
August 2013
Construction Specifier;Aug2013, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p18
Trade Publication
U-shaped, linear cast-glass channels can provide design teams with a distinctive architectural feature while contributing to high-performance building design. This article presents considerations for design teams working to specify channel glass applications suitable for projects with multiple performance needs. It examines occupant privacy, daylighting, thermal performance, hurricane protection, and aesthetics. INSETS: DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS;HURRICANE-RATED CHANNEL GLASS TOWER TOPS SCAD MUSEUM OF ART'S....


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