Guardian Glass: from residential to mega-buildings

One Blackfriars – with its 170 metres height and 50 floors – uses 5,764 panes of Guardian Glass

 

At a special event held 23 and 24 May in London, Guardian Glass invited international press and architects to see just what it can and is doing to change the skylines and lives of us all – from special residential projects right up to the Jeddah Tower.

During Guardian’s special event held in London last week, members of the press and architects were invited to see for themselves how the use of the company’s special glass is changing our lives. Attendees were given a preview of one of the most recent projects of Guardian – One Blackfriars – with its 170 metres height and 50 floors, which uses 5,764 panes of Guardian Glass.
Key people from the company provided information on how Guardian is continuing to invest, most of all in Poland, with a 1,000t tank that is expected to create 150 new jobs, thanks to the ‘healthy’ demand coming from Eastern Europe and the company’s aim to increase its footprint in that area.
Those present also got a ’teaser’ of what we can expect to see at this year’s glasstec, with important new technology and, of course, Guardian’s focus on IG glass with vacuum.