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Amazing Glass: Part Three, Creative Potential Amazing Glass: Part Three, Creative Potential

This is the third article in a three-part series about the most important light-managing medium, glass. In this final installment, design ideas involving glass and light are reviewed. Read more

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Amazing Glass: Part Two, Glass as a Medium Amazing Glass: Part Two, Glass as a Medium

This is the second in a three-part series about the most important light-managing medium, glass. Part one, which appeared in the July/Aug 2007 issue, examined conventional building glass as it affects daylight and daylighting. Here, part two, discusses glass as a medium for lighting and lighting effects. Read more

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Amazing Glass: Part One

This is the first in a three-part series about the most important light-managing medium, glass. Part one examines conventional building glass, particularly as it affects daylight and daylighting; part two will look into glass as a medium for lighting and lighting effects; and part three will explore the artistic opportunities of some new and exciting glass types. Read more

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