Glass already offers the design world unique advantages – and these are only growing.
Now glass can be any color or practically colorless, it can bring shade as well as light, be shaped into many forms, come mirrored or virtually reflection-free, help balance temperature, and offer privacy along with a sense of space.
From stunning architecture and innovative interiors, to invisible museum or retail displays, we believe glass promises more than any other material. Which is why at Guardian Glass we constantly challenge ourselves to See What’s Possible™, and we now invite you to do the same.
Glass can be an inconspicuous frame for other design elements, or it can take center stage as a vividly clear, low-iron curtain wall or a bold, curved glass accent.
Do you want your next renovation project to be inventive? The signage in your public square project to stand out? If glass isn’t at the top of your list of innovative building products, it probably should be.
Glass can greatly influence energy use, light transmission, acoustics and facade strength. By understanding and applying each of these components, you can select the right glass for your project.
Advances in glass production mean your project will deliver aesthetically and can help meet or even exceed energy guidelines in your part of the world.