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…
The prestigious Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) creates a new performance space by enclosing an outdoor courtyard using a large, structurally glazed rooflight from Pilkington.
Pilkington United Kingdom Limited, part of the NSG Group, has made its structural glazing technology Pilkington Planar™ available via building information modelling (BIM).
When it comes to glazing in public places with the heaviest footfall, toughness is the number-one priority – but that doesn’t mean compromising on aesthetics, as Pilkington have showed.
Pilkington United Kingdom Ltd, part of the NSG Group, has invested over £3 million in new technology to increase its capacity to manufacture Pilkington Planar™
Pilkington Planar™ has played a part in the renovation of Tulsa’s 50-year-old Central Library building, which has been brought up to date in many aspects.
The Charnock Bradley Building at the University of Edinburgh has recently had a striking glass atrium installed, made with Pilkington Planar™.
Pilkington Planar™ structural glazing system has been used in creating a three-storey atrium for the headquarters of wealth management business St James’s Place.