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2021
DATE
09 - 07
Glass Block - An Architectural Treasure Chest
Glass block is quite simply a special building material. It inherently has a complex relationship with light both natural and artificial. As light fluctuates so too do the underlying material's look and the surroundings. Even with the toughest block, if used as only accent pieces, the outcome is alw
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2021
DATE
01 - 04
Glass in architecture – A material for sustainable building?
Glass has been part of the history of mankind for thousands of years. The material has become established in numerous variations in contemporary architecture. Thanks to innovative technologies, unusual shapes as well as sustainable products can be produced with glass. Read this article to find out w
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2020
DATE
12 - 29
Rato Fight COVID-19 together with you
In the first half of 2020, the COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, so many people have infected and lost their lives to the disease. As a result, it is so important for our ordinary people to take measures to prevent infection by CoronaVrius.There is a series of suggestions to help you prevent
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2020
DATE
08 - 01
INTRODUCTION TO FIRE RATED GLASS
We will start with some basic definitions. What is fireproof glass? As the name suggests, it turns out that this type of glass can provide a certain degree of protection in the event of a fire. For glass, this sounds like a strange task.Obviously, glass cannot extinguish the fire, nor can it warn th
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2020
DATE
05 - 15
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FIRE-RATED GLASS & FRAMING
At their most basic level, fire-rated glazing divides buildings into compartments to help slow or stop the spread of fire. They are not just a means of providing fire safety—they are also a contributor to interior aesthetics. Unlike concrete, corrugated steel or other opaque fire-rated materials, fi
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