Continental Europe - EN


logo check
What's your challenge?
Design with glass

From anti-reflection to color tints, modern glass enhances design in many ways.

Build with glass

Whatever the construction challenge, we have the glass to help meet it.

Glass for your home

See how the correct choice of glass can help transform a home – and even our wellbeing.

BNL-BNP Paribas

Due to the clever structural glazing, the aesthetics are visually appealing, reflecting the building’s surroundings on all sides.

cube berlin

Architects 3XN have created deliberate geometric transformations that create a prismatic pattern of triangular surface reliefs.


Nobu Hotel Warsaw embraces the city’s charisma to create a genuinely unique, stunning structure in this cultural hub.

Our story

Just as we were in 1932, we're ready to meet the challenges of now and the future

Environmental Stewardship

Find out more about how glass can support sustainable design

Quality control

We strive for quality in everything we do

Glass Analytics

Access our comprehensive suite of engineering and analytical tools

BIM objects

Download and use our standardized Guardian BIM content to create project specific BIM files

Seminars and online learning

For anyone who is interested in learning more about glass and its use


Hotel / lodging

Wilcza 73

Warsaw, 00-670


Hotel / lodging

Wilcza 73

Warsaw, 00-670


Architectural Photography

Description of the project

The Nobu Hotel in the historic city of Warsaw has a unique, slender, triangular-shaped appearance that brings fresh, Japanese-style, contemporary accommodation to the area. Dynamic and distinctive, the Hotel renovation was designed by the Polish architectural firm Medusa Group and California-based Studio PCH.

The hotel has 117 rooms as well as meeting rooms and event spaces, a fitness centre and a restaurant, all integrated within a mix of luxurious hotel and energised living spaces. With Warsaw seen as one of the country’s most dynamic cities, Nobu Hotel Warsaw embraces the city’s charisma to create a genuinely unique, stunning structure in this cultural hub.

The solar control glass for the fully glazed façade is Guardian SunGuard® SuperNeutral (SN) 70/37 HT, which has an attractive, transparent, neutral blue reflected colour with low reflection that is ideal for glazed façades. The coating also minimises the need for artificial light and offers outstanding thermal insulation, keeping guests and staff comfortable at all times of the year.

Design and supply team

Press Glass


Medusa Group




Surrounding Projects