Latest Products in Retail Glass

  • Skyline Design released Glass Gradients, a family of etched and printed patterns for glass application created by Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings. Glass Gradients add dimensionality to a space by establishing a dialogue between the simplicity of the patterns with the designers’ signature color palette and levels of transparency to create unique optical effects, according to the company....
  • Galaxy Glass debuted new designs from The Galaxy + Level Design Collection, which harmonize with Pantone’s Colors of the Year. The collection’s intricate designs allow for the control of opacity and translucency, according to company officials. Each sample shows three options, using clear inks, opaque inks and white inks with different opacity levels. Patterns in the Galaxy + Level Design...
  • Solarban 90 glass, PPG Industries’ solar control, low-emissivity glass, can now be paired in insulating glass units with Starphire Ultra-Clear, Optiblue and Optigray glasses by PPG, giving architects more options for balancing performance and aesthetics. According to company officials, in a standard 1-inch IGU, Solarban 90 Optigray glass delivers a warm gray appearance with VLT of 36 percent and...
  • Guardian Industries’ SatinDeco on ExtraClear glass brings brighter translucence to acid-etched glass for interior applications. This improved SatinDeco product offers higher light transmission, more uniform light diffusion and superior color neutrality, according to the company. Additionally, it can be fabricated for commercial exteriors.
  • Iceberg Glass by Nathan Allan Glass Studios Inc. invokes a fresh, watery, floating context of glass islands within an invisible boundary, according to company officials. Iceberg nuggets, with chiseled edges, appear to form then melt within a sea of clear glass. The intricate production methods create panels of vivid glass where icebergs seem to move and float as if flowing with an ocean current....
  • C.R. Laurence Co. released its Electric Strike with Bolt Position Sensor. By incorporating a bolt position sensor within the strike housing, CRL’s Electric Strike can electronically notify security and facility managers if doors on the premises are not properly closed and locked, according to the company. The Electric Strike with Bolt Position Sensor has been cycle-tested for reliability and uses...
  • Pac-Clad added four metal wall panels to its Precision Series, providing increased design options for single-skin wall applications. The panels feature new rib patterns that improve design flexibility by combining bold visual effects with easy, cost-effective installation, according to the company. The Precision Series now includes five profiles. With a 1 ⅜-inch depth, the new profiles create...
  • Achieving the look of wood without the maintenance, Linetec has teamed with Decoral System USA to offer decorative wood grain finishes for architectural aluminum products. These finishes come in a variety of options, colors and species. According to the company, the high-quality appearance lends itself to use on interior surfaces, such as window frames, door panels, column covers, shutters,...
  • Valspar Corp.’s Fluropon Effects new Rustica color family features a nature-inspired palette as part of its line of 70 percent polyvinylidene fluoride architectural coatings. Fluropon Effects Rustica contains special effects pigments that create richer, more saturated colors with an antique aesthetic, including some with a subtle color shift, according to the company. Inspired by Valspar’s color...
  • NanaWall Systems released PrivaSee—a frameless, operable all-glass wall system that provides enhanced sound buffering over glass partitions, according to the company. With no floor track, PrivaSee is engineered for enhanced acoustical separation, allowing architects and designers to control sound transparently. It offers audible privacy for commercial applications where noise often distracts....
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