Architectural Glass

Architectural Glass

Architectural glass is glass that is used as a building material. It is most typically used as transparent glazing material in the building envelope, including windows in the external walls. Glass is also used for internal partitions and as an architectural feature. When used in buildings, glass is often of a safety type, which include reinforced, toughened and laminated glasses.

As for Evergreen Glass, we variously extend the applications of the architecture glass from glass windows to a wide range of facade glass, curtain wall glass, BIPV glass, solar glass, pool fence, pavilions, glass door, padel glass, fish tank, step glass etc; and for the function of the glass we have extend it from reinforced function to many it of as energy saving, energy producing, safety, AG & AR function, decorating, fire & bullet proof, bird friendly, etc. Your demand of OEM is the source of our continuous improvement, so you are warmly welcome to get contact us.

Benefits of Using Architectural Glass In Buildings

Benefits of Using Architectural Glass In Buildings


Unlike any other substance, glass can transmit, absorb, and refract light. As a result, it might be translucent or transparent. Such elements enhance the beauty of your building. Glass can transmit 80% of the sunlight in all directions.It can do so without becoming weathered, cloudy, or yellow.

Weather resistant

It can withstand weather.Glass maintains its integrity and beauty even when exposed to the elements like rain, wind, and sunlight.Additionally, glass resists corrosion. It is not deteriorated by chemicals or the environment around it, unlike any other. Its surface is glossy and smooth. Glass is therefore dust-proof and simple to clean.


Think about how glass lets natural light in even when your windows and doors are closed, saving you energy. You also save money on your electricity bill.You are far less vulnerable to electromagnetic dangers. Glass works incredibly well as an insulator. Thus, it is unable to carry an electric current.


Variety of colors. The color and look of glass are altered when it is combined with insulated or laminated pieces.


Glass may be blown, crushed, or drawn into any shape. As a result, doors, windows, shop fronts, and buildings all employ it. You may also use it for furniture after laminating it with plywood or a metal sheet. It works really well for exhibitions and showrooms. Glass offers a way to display a product.

Can Architectural Glass Be Used For Soundproofing Purposes?

Yes, the archtecture glass have the function of soundproof purpose and different kind of architecture glass have different soundproof effect. The float glass is the most weak architecture glass in function of soundproof and the Laminated one is the best. When the architect need a much more good performance in soundproof, we already make a suggestion of soundproof PVB replace the normal PVB when making lamianted glass.

Can Architectural Glass Be Used For Soundproofing Purposes?
What Considerations Are Important When Choosing Architectural Glass For A Project?

What Considerations Are Important When Choosing Architectural Glass For A Project?

When start a new project, we have many considerations for the building materials, but for glass, we thing the most important one is evergy saving. Now the world all claim to be a lowe carbon industry, so when we choosing glass, energy saving is important, the second one we suggest safety, for the rest is personalized design.

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