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  • The basics: A laminated glass canopy highlights the new entrance to Kaufman Hall at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa. The renovation, completed in February 2010, also included the replacement of the entrance system. The players: Architect, Tippetts/Weaver Architects Inc., Lancaster; owner, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster; storefront and glass system installer, Brown’s...
  • The basics: The architects and homeowners of a private residence in Raleigh, N.C., wanted a striking curved storefront glazing system to maximize daylighting and views onto the outside pool area. However, they wanted a system without the vertical extrusions. To achieve the goals of the owner and designer, officials at Carolina Glass & Mirror, Garner, N.C., recommended a butt-glazed system...
  • The basics: The major renovation of Stamford Town Center, an urban marketplace in Fairfield County, Conn., transformed the aging mall into a lively, pedestrian-friendly and glass-enclosed shopping center. The center’s plaza is dominated by the curved façade around a Barnes & Noble set between two glass towers. The players: Developer, Taubman Co.,  Bloomfield Hills, Mich...
  • The d-hotel, located in Belgium, stands out through its innovative architecture. The hotel features one of the first applications of Glassiled, a product that integrates light emitting diodes into laminated glass.
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