Insights - Pilkingtonhttp://www.pilkington.com/en/global/news-insights/latestPilkington Italia to exhibit at ARCHITECT@WORK Rome 02 October 2018 Pilkington Italia will present the latest innovations of the NSG Group at the third edition of ARCHITECT@WORK Rome, the international event for architects, designers and other professionals in the sector.The NSG Group rolls out second edition of Glass in ...https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/news-insights/latest/the-nsg-group-rolls-out-second-edition-of-glass-in-architectureIn each situation, the glass incorporated into the architect’s design serves a variety of functions that help to enhance the aesthetics of the building, as well as its overall sustainable performance. Jolanta Lessig, European Marketing Communications Manager at NSG Group, said: “Architects from all over the world continue to incorporate ...Pilkington Italia to exhibit at ARCHITECT@WORK Romehttps://www.pilkington.com/en/global/news-insights/latest/pilkington-italia-to-exhibit-at-architectatwork-romeARCHITECT @WORK is a unique exhibition, not only for the original format but also for the focus on innovation: all the products presented by the exhibitors are the result of the selection of a technical committee. Pilkington Italia will have on display a range of latest value added products, ...Pilkington Floatglas AB to present innovations at ...https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/news-insights/latest/pilkington-floatglas-ab-to-present-innovations-at-architect-at-work-in-stockholmARCHITECT@WORK is a unique exhibition, not only for the original format but also for the focus on innovation: all the products presented by the exhibitors are the result of the selection of a technical committee. Pilkington Floatglas AB will have on display a range of latest value added products, such as:NSG Group at architectureworld 2017 - Pilkingtonhttps://www.pilkington.com/en/global/news-insights/latest/nsg-group-at-architectureworld-2017The architectureworld is a fair and congress for architecture regarded as the most innovative event for architects, planners and building engineers.The sky’s the limit: structural glazing and building designhttps://www.pilkington.com/en/global/news-insights/latest/the-sky-is-the-limit-structural-glazing-and-building-designSince its invention, glass has been used to make a statement in the built environment and this trend has continued into the modern age. Iconic buildings in the world capital cities, such as London’s Gherkin and the Shard, act as a powerful example of the physical and aesthetic effect the material can have on the urban landscape.Product Categories - Pilkingtonhttps://www.pilkington.com/en/global/products/product-categoriesFire Protection. Provides passive protection from the effects of fire for up to 180 minutes allowing maximum use of natural light and enabling all areas of a building to be occupied.Crystal clear glazing puts Stonehenge visitors in touch ...https://www.pilkington.com/en/global/news-insights/latest/crystal-clear-glazing-puts-stonehenge-visitors-in-touch-with-the-landscape“The architect wanted the interior to be both visible from outside to entice people in while, more importantly, allowing those inside a view out that was as bright and naturally coloured as possible. For this reason, the glass selection was paramount, and maximum transparency was key.” Elegant yet robustApplications - Pilkingtonhttps://www.pilkington.com/en/global/commercial-applications/types-of-glass/channel-glass/applicationsApplications Pilkington Profilit™ can be used in interior or exterior applications e.g. industrial, commercial or residential buildings. The "U-shaped" channels can be installed either vertically or horizontally. The glass is available in a variety of colours and textures with varying translucency, allowing for the passage of natural light without the loss of privacy.Guarding and protection: how to specify glass barriershttps://www.pilkington.com/en/global/news-insights/latest/guarding-and-protection-how-to-specify-glass-barriersThe use of glass barriers is a common feature of modern architecture. They are used in the stairways and atria of many commercial and residential properties to provide a striking and aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional building materials such as brick or wood.