Mixed Materials Can Raise The Bar For Your Design

Integrate + Elevate | Mixed Materials Can Raise The Bar For Your Design

Combining glass and translucent panels can have a dynamic impact on building façade aesthetics. It is an effective way to daylighting and maintain visible connection with the great outdoors. Translucent walls do an excellent job of diffusing and projecting natural light, and in the correct application, the combination of polycarbonate walls and glass is powerful. These photos clearly demonstrate my point. Congratulations to RMTA in Kansas for making this effective and bold design statement. The transition between 25mm translucent panels and glass is seamless. Both glass and polycarbonate require channels and gasket seals unique to the material, and Duo-Gard engineers made this transition look easy.

The entire design community can incorporate this innovation into their projects making the buildings designed more sustainable without sacrifice.

Duo-Gard Series 3000 Vertical glazing system with 25mm thick cellular polycarbonate

Duo-Gard Series 3000 Vertical glazing system with 25mm thick cellular polycarbonate

Duo-Gard Series 3000 Vertical glazing system with 25mm thick cellular polycarbonate

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