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April 10, 2018
From Glass Magazine
Glass and Metals 301
The last decade has seen an ever-widening array of interior glass solutions for doors, partitions, balustrades, stair treads and more in projects of all shapes and sizes. At the same time, glass is being asked to multi-task in those applications, meeting aesthetic demands and performance requirements, while bringing natural light further into buildings, ensuring privacy, controlling sound and more. 

Business News
Forel Partners with Tvitec to Produce Jumbo IGU Line
Intermac Brings Movetro Products to North America
Glass Guru Ranked as Top Franchise under $100,000
People News
Robert Debski Named President of Graboyes Smart Buildings
Quanex Names New Plant Manager at Cambridge Location
Unicel Architectural Hires Jean-Pierre Rose as General Manager
Walker Promotes Danik Dancause to Manager of Marketing Operations
Glass Doctor Recognizes Top Performers at Annual Conference
Product Spotlight
CRL-Blumcraft® Panic Devices: Unmistakable Design, Quality, and Reputation
Blumcraft® patented the original tubular panic over 50 years ago and since then, the name has become synonymous with quality, safety, and premium aesthetics. Their slim and elegant tubular design provides maximum transparency and a clean, contemporary look. This makes them ideal for all-glass doors and high-end applications. CRL-Blumcraft® Panics feature curved crossbar returns that are designed to enhance aesthetics while complying with UL 305 4.3. They’re completely customizable and offer fast 5-7 day lead times.

Are You Thinking Beyond the Immediate Win?
By David Vermeulen

The cover story of the June 2014 issue of Sports Illustrated predicted that the Houston Astros, a team suffering from a performance drought, would become World Series Champions in 2017. How could this team make the World Series, let alone win it? The answer lay with the approach.  

From the Fabricator: Design Trends
By Max Perilstein
This week I ran into a great piece on the TMD Studio blog that broke down the future of design and architecture. Of course, I had some comments on the list of trends, which include sustainability, parametric architecture and vertical cities. 
Great Glazing
Cache Creek Casino Resort Glass Partition

Contract glazier: West Coast Glazing
Glass supplier: Nathan Allan Glass Studios

Cache Creek Casino Resort is a gaming facility in Northern California. The casino’s VIP Reception Area welcomes members with an architectural cast glass wall that is functional and decorative. Designed to enhance the already established reception area, the newly installed wall has a wave-like pattern further amplified with lighting. The pattern distorts subjects behind the glass, while still allowing ample light transmission. Read more...




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