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    Winners Announced for 2022 Vanceva World of Color Awards

    The Vanceva World of Color Awards (WOCA) declared two winners and four honorable mentions in its global international design competition. The semiannual competition, which is conducted by Eastman — a manufacturer of the Vanceva color interlayer system for laminated glass — honors architects, interior designers, glass fabricators, furniture designers, glazing contractors, engineers and artists for […]

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Four of 10 AIA Top Green Building Projects in 2022 Glazed with Vitro Low-E Glass
Vitro Architectural Glass announced that four of the 10 buildings selected by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Committee on the Environment (COTE) as the ...
Momentum Index Improves in July Thanks to Increase in Nonresidential Projects
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Lite Notes

By Ellen Rogers
Safe and Sound
As I See It by Ellen Rogers

This coming December 12 will mark ten years since the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Do you remember how you felt when you heard about that tragedy? Did you hug your kids a little bit closer that night? Ten years later, it’s still difficult to think about. You might remember that in the months […]

Insights and Inspirations

by Helen Sanders

Are Windows and Walls Fungible?

Insights and Inspirations by Helen SandersLast month, I was part of a panel for a glass industry conference summer meeting reviewing the potential benefits and downsides of minimum thermal performance levels for building envelopes or their components in the performance compliance path of energy codes. There was not enough time to dig into the nuances of some of the points

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