Guardian Glass Europe
Create your own inspiration board using Guardian’s new online portfolio of glass projects for architects, designers and cladders
Bertrange, Luxembourg, October 19, 2017 – Guardian Glass is launching “Guardian Inspiration,” an online portfolio of projects that use Guardian glass. The intent of the portfolio is to inform and inspire architects, designers, cladders – and the glass community as a whole – to the endless possibilities of glass in building design and construction.
The Guardian Inspiration e-platform allows users to create “mood boards” or “inspiration boards” of glass projects that inspire them. These boards can help users gather ideas and creative inspiration for their next building project.
The online platform showcases stunning visuals of building projects and includes descriptive design and performance characteristics. A variety of useful features and functions allow users to quickly and easily share their favourite projects and mood boards with business partners and colleagues across a variety of social media platforms. Projects can be searched using three filters: Aesthetics, Performance or Country.
Volodymyr Shkurenko, Fenestration Segment Manager at Guardian Glass Europe, comments: “This tool is part of our effort to create an extraordinary customer experience. With our new online portfolio, architects, designers and cladders can browse through our glass projects and be inspired by what they see. We want to help stretch their imagination, help them see what’s possible® in terms of glass by allowing them to create their very own mood boards and sharing these with their work colleagues and business partners.”
To be inspired, visit: www.guardian-inspiration.com
Guardian Glass Guardian Glass, a major business unit of Guardian Industries, is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of float, coated and fabricated glass products. At its 25 float plants around the globe, Guardian Glass produces high performance glass for use in exterior (both commercial and residential) and interior architectural applications, as well as transportation and technical products. Guardian glass can be found in homes, offices, cars and some of the world’s most iconic architectural landmarks. The Guardian Glass Science & Technology Center
continuously works to create new glass products and solutions using the most advanced technology to help customers see what’s possible™. Visit guardianglass.com.
Guardian Industries Guardian Industries, a global company headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan, employs around 17,000 people and operates facilities throughout North America, Europe, South America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Guardian’s diverse group of companies are involved in the manufacture of high-performance float, coated and fabricated glass products; the manufacture of high-quality chrome-plated and painted plastic components for the automotive and commercial truck industries; and the distribution of specialty building products. Guardian’s vision is to create value for customers and society through constant innovation using fewer resources. Guardian is a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries Inc. Visit guardian.com.
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Project: PIXEL, Poznan, Poland – Architect: JEMS Architekci Sp. Z o.o. Glass processors: Q4GLASS and VITROTERM MUROW – Cladder: Alkal S.A. Product: Guardian SunGuard® SN 62/34 glass (Photo Guardian Glass, LLC, ©Bartosz Makowski, GRDPR147)
Project: ElbPhilharmonie, Hamburg, Germany – Architect: Herzog & de Meuron Glass processors: BGT Bischoff Glastechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Interpane GmbH and Sunglass Srl – Cladder: Josef Gartner GmbH – Products: Guardian ExtraClear®, SunGuard® Solar Light Blue 52 and ClimaGuard® DT glass (Photo Guardian Glass, LLC, ©Cordélia Ewerth , GRDPR147)
Project: La Seine Musicale, Paris, France – Architect: Shigeru Ban Architects Europe – Glass processor: TVITEC – Cladder: Marchegay Technologies Products: Guardian SunGuard® SNX 50/23, SunGuard® SN 70/41, SunGuard® SN 51/28 and SunGuard® SN 40/23 glass
(Photo Guardian Glass, LLC, ©Boegly_Grazia Photographers, GRDPR147)