Only by using arcon topview does contemporary glass architecture develop a truly flawless effect. Under German standards, visually disruptive double refraction in glass, also known as anisotropies, is admissible. However, the argument that they cannot be avoided is a thing of the past.
Anisotropies diminish the visual quality of a glass surface and topview reduces them to such an extent that the human eye no longer perceives them as disruptive. This means that architectural design concepts are exploited to their best advantage – a distinct quality bonus for architects in particular.