Want your next renovation project to be creative? Or the striking of the billboard in your town square? If glass isn’t at the top of your list of innovative building products, you should consider adding it first.

Large Glass

Glass allows us to connect with our environment while giving us privacy and security. Its value increases even more if you add the ability to create different looks and raise performance levels. You can enhance these qualities when you choose jumbo glass for your project. While large-format glass continues to gain momentum as a major architectural glass trend, it finds its way into almost all applications:

Residential Towers

Towers Glass

Residential towers are more pleasing to the eye when ceiling-to-floor visibility is not impaired by louvers or curtains, because high-performance jumbo glazing helps block out excessive solar heat while contributing to energy efficiency.



Because oversized glass do not require heavy metal frames to disrupt visual continuity, retailers can create larger and more engaging displays.



Museums can showcase more treasures in different ways, whether outdoors or indoors, using oversized, high-performance glass that reduces reflection to both highlight and protect the art inside.

New builds and renovations

new builds

Buildings have a more innovative and impressive appearance when new constructions or renovations use large-format glass instead of opaque walls, or large-format glass with curved, colored, or unusual shapes.

High Performance Glass

As building performance codes are rapidly evolving around the world, their designs require reinforcement in a way that contributes to the energy performance of the building. High performance glass can help your projects meet and even exceed local, national and international requirements. Buildings with high-performance glass that exceed current requirements have a clear advantage, as citizens, communities and companies increasingly value social responsibility.

Digital Boards and Displays


Digital signage is stunning and effective, and the glass used here makes for a truly interactive experience. By reducing glare and increasing contrast , it creates wide viewing angles that are engaging and immersive . Touchscreens in use today also reduce fingerprints, glare, reflection and blur to provide an excellent and engaging experience. As the use of 4K displays becomes more common, digital dashboard windows are becoming more and more comprehensive. Concierge services, social warnings, local advertisements, etc., thanks to the indoor and outdoor digital panel windows. apps are now more inviting, interesting and more enjoyable.

Like televisions that turn into mirrors when turned off or interactive home gyms, smart mirrored screens can make your experiences more personal by expanding spaces and offering more options for interior design.

Renovation and Retrofit

While the juxtaposition of the old and the new is not a new trend, it is still worthwhile to make “old” buildings “new”. There are many structures around the world that are suitable for renovation and retrofitting:

The movement of people from the center to the periphery or the migration from highly populated cities to smaller towns in the vicinity causes the population to spread out of the city center. Both scenarios can result in a large number of commercial or residential buildings in the city center remaining vacant.

The large number of vacant buildings that are aging in the city can slow new construction.
By making aging buildings energy efficient and soundproof, they can be saved from being an “urban disaster” and transformed into demanding “new participants” of the city.


Renovating and repurposing old buildings also provides some environmental benefits over the demolition and rebuilding alternative. Improving the energy performance of existing buildings can save money and resources, create a more comfortable interior for occupants, and also reduce the building’s environmental emissions. Glass reinforcements in particular can play an important role.


The high loss of energy, lack of sound insulation or problems with the sun in older buildings are caused by the original window arrangement of the building. Now that we have an abundance of aesthetic options and different levels of solar performance and light transmittance, the glass renovation has an immediate impact on the value of the building.

Home and Interior Design

The use of glass in the interior design of homes is no longer just about elegant mirrors, glossy finishes and modern showers. Now it can work just as well in your home office by creating a translucent glass partition that hides your messy desk from the rest of the room, or as a glass wall or door that lets you keep an eye on the kids while you work quietly. The use of glass indoors allows daylight to come in and helps maintain visibility in new spaces and redesigned rooms.

The use of glass in the interiors of commercial buildings, on the other hand, helps to provide the necessary solutions without sacrificing natural light in any environment:

Translucent Glass Panels

Translucent glass panels in medical examination rooms allow for easy cleaning of surfaces and daylight while maintaining privacy.

Glass Walls

The glass wall of a conference room can act as a large whiteboard for brainstorming.

Glass desks and table surfaces

Glass desks and table surfaces add a contemporary flair to a repurposed brick and wood space.