Yorkshire manufacturer Neaco sources 100% of its raw materials in the UK and has seen a major increase in its competitive strength amid soaring energy costs and global supply chain issues.
Linework Architects imaginative use of architectural glass rooflights was key to transforming this period north London property. Lineworks director, Robert Haworth, collaborated with Glazing Vision.
Frameless structural glass specialist, Contemporary Glass Structures, has installed a Kestrel Aluminium ‘invisible’ flush glazed mirror door for a fourth-floor terrace glass façade.
Selectaglaze sympathetic secondary glazing for 3 Moorgate Place helped the historic 17th century property retain its original grandeur.
An architect in the Netherlands has created a connection with the outdoors in, utilising large fixed skylights from Glazing Vision to bring daylight into the house and frame the surroundings.
When Mere Sands Wood, a nature reserve in West Lancashire, decided to create a new visitor centre and café, minimising its impact on the local wildlife was top of its list of priorities. The reserve’s owner, Lancashire Wildlife Trust, opted to install Pilkington AviSafe™.
Organisers of FIT Show, the UK’s leading trade show for the glass, glazing, hardware and components industry, have announced record levels of industry support for its delayed 2021 event.
Pilkington United Kingdom Limited, part of the NSG Group, has become the world’s first flat glass manufacturer to fire its furnace on 100% biofuel, as part of an industry trial to find sustainable alternatives to natural gas.
When the owners of one of Britain’s biggest out-of-town shopping parks decided to undertake a site-wide refurbishment, they wanted to marry a state-of-the-art customer experience with outstanding environmental performance. Choosing a Pilkington glazing system was crucial in achieving these twin aims.
Everyone loves a room with a view, and they don’t come much more striking than an uninterrupted vista of a fjord, as Pilkington explains…