Architectural glass refers to a type of glass specifically designed for using in the construction of buildings. It is commonly used for structural and aesthetic purposes, such as in windows, doors, skylights, facades and partitions.
Architectural glass can be customized in size, shape, thickness, and colour to meet project specific requirements. It can also be designed to provide a variety of features, such as energy saving, safety, security, sound insulation and fire protection.
Architectural glass is often used in modern buildings and structures to create an elegant, sophisticated and modern look. It can also be used to enhance natural light, improve energy efficiency and protect from the elements.
There are many types of architectural glass, each type of glass has its own characteristics and benefits, depending on the specific applications.