The sky’s the limit: structural glazing and building design - Pilkington

03 Mar 2020 With glass remaining increasingly favoured by architects when creating tall, modern structures, it looks like the material will continue to play a central role in transforming city’s skyline. Since its invention, glass has been used to make a statement in the built environment and this trend has continued into the modern age.

A complete guide to self-cleaning glass - Pilkington

14 Sep 2020 Confused about self-cleaning glass? Get familiar with below guide to the benefits of self-cleaning glass and the science behind the product. Glass is the one of the go-to materials used to create modern commercial and residential developments.

The NSG Group rolls out second edition of Glass in Architecture

NSG Group will roll out the second edition of its prestigious Glass in Architecture book at this year’s Glasstec trade fair in Dusseldorf on 20th – 23rd September 2016. The book, originally launched in 2011, showcases some of the most prestigious architectural projects around the world, from public buildings to private homes.

Glass in Architecture - Pilkington

Glass in Architecture Our latest publication, Glass in Architecture, showcases a selection of buildings from around the world, inspired by the most creative architectural ideas using glass.

Crystal clear glazing puts Stonehenge visitors in touch ... - Pilkington

The design concept at the heart of the new Stonehenge visitor centre which opened at the end of last year, was a building that would blend unobtrusively into the wide-open Wiltshire landscape by evoking a copse of trees. To achieve this effect, the two main enclosed spaces that make up the building are covered by a light, gently curving roof ...

Guarding and protection: how to specify glass barriers - Pilkington

10 Dec 2019 Designing glass for use in barriers can appear complex at first, with a number of safety and technical measures to take into consideration. In this article we explain the design principles behind some of the most common glass barriers. The use of glass barriers is a common feature of modern architecture.

Solving the overheating problem - Pilkington

Solving the overheating problem Featured Article 11 Apr 2021 Higher standards of air-tightness and thermal insulation in new build properties has meant some modern homes have become vulnerable to overheating. How glazing can help control the temperature of a home?

NSG Group at architectureworld 2017 - Pilkington

Pilkington Deutschland AG, a part of NSG Group, will take part in the architectureworld 2017 at Landschafts Park Duisburg-Nord, Germany from 8th to 9th November.

Noise control glazing: it’s all so quiet - Pilkington

20 Oct 2019 Noise pollution is a growing environmental issue in today’s towns and cities. In a bid to block out the noise from the busy streets and skies, local authorities increasingly recognise the need to provide better sound insulation in their residents’ homes.

Experience glass in situ - the new PilkingtonAR app fits the bill

Pilkington Deutschland AG, a part of the NSG Group, has developed a new interactive PilkingtonAR mobile app, which is now available for download to mobile devices from Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

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