Glass Magazine Awards 2015: Redefining What's Possible

Glass Magazine Award winners push the envelope of aesthetics, efficiency and performance

Thanks to GGI for producing the 2015 Glass Magazine Award plaques, and to C.R. Laurence Co., for supplying the hardware.

“It's fascinating to see how architectural designs continue to evolve, becoming more and more complex, and how our industry continues to step up to the plate to meet the ever-changing demands for structurally sound installations, aesthetics, safety and energy-efficiency,” says Alice Dickerson, a 2015 Glass Magazine Award judge and manager of marketing and communications, building and industrial products for AGC Glass Co. North America.

The Glass Magazine Awards continue to recognize the projects and products that are redefining what is possible in the glass industry. The 2015 award winners demonstrate innovation and imagination in what products are developed, what projects are possible, and how both come to fruition.

“From an architect’s point of view, innovation is alive and well. Glass and fenestration products are pushing our perception of what the building enclosure can be,” says GMA Judge John Stephenson, senior architect, buildings & places, for AECOM.

“From small projects to huge, the beauty that is produced [by the glass industry] is amazing,” adds Russ Slaybaugh, GMA judge and vice president and general manager for Diamon-Fusion International Inc.

Featured on the following pages, the 2015 Glass Magazine Award winners represent the best products and applications the glass industry has to offer. To determine the winners in the project and product categories, the Glass Magazine staff compiled nominations for a panel of judges, representing all segments of the industry. The judges then selected a winner in each category; they were not allowed to vote in categories which their company had been nominated.

Special thanks to the judges for the time and effort they put into the selection process.

Most Innovative Curtain Wall or Enclosure Project

Most Innovative Entrance Project

Most Innovative Curtain Wall, Window or Storefront Product

Most Innovative Decorative Glass Project, Exterior

Most Innovative Decorative Glass Project, Interior

Most Innovative Glass Product

Most Innovative Machinery, Tools or Equipment

Most Innovative Software, Website or Web Tool

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Katy Devlin is editor for Glass Magazine. E-mail Katy at