June 8, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 23
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From Glass MagazineŽ
  • Top 50 Glaziers 
    Decreased backlogs and increased competition mark a tough year for U.S. glazing companies. See how they fared in Glass Magazine’s Top 50 rankings, representing the United States’ 50 largest contract glazing firms, based on sales volume.
  • AAMA Summer Conference addresses green building, BIM and codes
    The American Architectural Manufacturers Association Summer Conference 2010 kicked off June 6 in Oak Brook, Ill.

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In this issue, Glass Magazine welcomes Christopher Johnson to its glassblog team. Follow Johnson, a former glazing project manager, as he travels the world in search of inspiring architecture in his new blog, "An architectural pilgrimage."

  • An architectural pilgrimage
    By Christopher Johnson
    Welcome to my new mission: to visit as many of the great buildings of the world as possible.

  • From the fabricator
    Well folks, there's a price increase on the streets that begs the question: will it stick?
    By Max Perilstein
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Product spotlight

Coated shower glass

PPG Industries, Pittsburgh, introduced Clarvista shower glass for bath and shower enclosures that looks new longer with regular maintenance. ... read more

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Poolside curved glass wall highlights North Carolina home

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. 

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