Tvitec and Cricursa are joining forces both commercially and industrially, with Tvitec bringing its strong financial standing and technological capacity to maximise Cricursa’s curved glass manufacturing know-how and experience – almost a century’s worth – for the most iconic projects on the planet.
This alliance will unite two of the largest high-performance flat and curved glass manufacturing capacities in existence. The new venture will work not only on a national level, but with an even greater international focus than the companies already had before Tvitec acquired Cricursa.
Two of the most emblematic architectural glass manufacturing companies in the world will now work in collaboration to create new synergies and elevate the levels of quality, precision, innovation, prices and service that have already made Tvitec a sector leader in all markets.
Tvitec is looking firmly to the future with this unique new model for marketing large-format high-performance curved glass, enabling the production of solutions as beautiful as they are innovative and designed to contribute to more sustainable construction, energy saving and environmental preservation.
Tvitec and Cricursa’s flat and curved glass have already featured together on landmark projects such as One Manhattan West in New York and Brookfield Place Calgary. Individually, Tvitec has just supplied all eco-efficient glass for the new Google campus in Bay View (BIG-Heatherwick Studio), while Cricursa recently curved the spectacular façade of La Samaritaine (SANAA) in Paris.
The collaboration is great news not only for the sector’s regular clients, construction companies and façade and architectural envelope specialists, but also for architecture studio professionals, engineers and consultants, who will be able to count on a unique and comprehensive partner for all their projects.