You will already have learned from our product and industry sector pages that glass offers a lot functional options. But now we’d also like to show you how impressive glass can look with an overview of projects that we have already completed. They illustrate beautifully how unique buildings can be created with transparent material in architecture and also reveal the incredible processing options inherent in this raw material.
“bilding” art school
The “bilding” School of Art and Architecture in Innsbruck features all four “A” types of ISOLAR SOLARLUX®: A70, A60, A50 and A40 ensure needs-based colour-matching sun protection.
“K” Shopping Centre, Kaiserslautern
ISOLAR SOLARLUX® A70 solar control coating guarantees a pleasant shopping experience inside the “K” shopping centre in Kaiserslautern even on warm days.
Single pane toughened safety glass
As part of the renovation of its stylish terrace, the Amici restaurant in Stuttgart installed a walkable floor in laminated safety glass with non-slip function by Arnold Glas.
Aquis Plaza Shopping Centre, Aachen
Horizontal sliding wall (HSW) systems from Cristalux ensure a light-flooded shopping experience at the Aquis Plaza Shopping Centre in Aachen. Some of the glass facades are almost 8 metres high and extend over two floors.
Aviary at Berlin Zoo
350 m2 of ISOLAR ORNILUX® mikado bird protection glass guarantee the safety of birds in the aviary at Berlin Zoo.
Insulating glass, Solar control, Sound insulation
Brandenburg State Parliament
The new building for the Brandenburg State Parliament combines a baroque facade design with highly functional special glazing. It also meets stringent safety requirements.
Central Train Station Münster
The central train station in Münster shines in a new light with its new facade with solar control glass by Glas Wagener.
Chapel Busmann Dresden
In order to protect the chapel Busmann in Dresden a glazed showcase with a facade 13.5 metres high, consisting of around 18 glass fins and four stainless steel profiles was created and built by Glas Wagener.
DFB Museum, Dortmund
One of the eye-catching architectural features of the German Football Museum in Dortmund is the foyer with its cantilevered frontage in ISOLAR NEUTRALUX® uno heat insulating glass.
DLR Building, Cologne
The new research facility at the DLR (German Aerospace Centre) used more than 1,000 m² of ISOLAR NEUTRALUX® advance heat insulating triple glazing.
European Southern Observatory (ESO)
A three-armed glazed bridge connects the new buildings with the existing administration building at the European Southern Observatory in Garching. It was glazed with around 400 m² of ISOLAR ORNILUX® mikado.
A very special project: For the media tunnel of Burg Altena, Arnold Glas supplied ISOLAR ARDOREX® ARNOLD-FIRE® fire protection glass.