Guardian ‘Top of Mind’ for the 16th consecutive year

Guardian was most remembered by architects and interior designers in the Mirror category in the Top of Mind awards.

Guardian Glass Brazil was once again awarded the ‘Top of Mind’ award in the Mirror category, which, for the 16th consecutive year, elected its product as one of the most remembered among renowned architects and interior designers in Brazil. Organized by Casa & Mercado magazine, the Top of Mind award is considered one of the most important in Brazil and a main reference for quality products for companies in the architecture, decoration and design sectors.

“The recognition of these professionals to our brand over the years corresponds with the relationship of respect and partnership we maintain with our customers. Our pioneering spirit and constant innovation have made us a strong reference in this segment,” says Renato Sivieri, marketing director of Guardian Glass Brazil.

This year, Guardian Glass Brazil launched the Guardian Evolution Mirror, keeping the company at the forefront of product evolution. Produced from a high-performance formula, the new mirror features a special protective coating applied on its back, which protects silver – responsible for the reflection of the images – and guarantees levels of resistance much higher to stains and durability than others currently available.

Guardian’s interior product portfolio also includes decorative products such as Guardian DecoCristal®, Guardian DiamondGuard®, Reflective Box, Reflective Glass, Guardian SatinDeco®, Guardian UltraClear® and Thick Glass, offering options that create value for consumers with different performances and colours for residential and commercial projects.

Guardian Glass, a 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.

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