Skip to main content
Glass Magazine - NGA
Occupant Comfort & Wellbeing
How to keep people cool with thermally broken framing
Temperatures are heating up. Systems that are thermally-broken help reduce heat transfer, and thus keep building occupants cooler, which often results in happier, more productive employees, in case of businesses.
Health + Safety
How glass improves lives for building occupants, contributing to human health and safety where people live, work, heal and play. With resources from the National Glass Association.
All About Glass & Metals: Maximize Daylight, Minimize Discomfort and Glare
Views through windows can stimulate the well-being and productivity of building occupants. With careful design and daylighting controls, daylighting can also substantially reduce lighting energy use.
All About Glass & Metals: The High-Performance Façade Equation
Glass Magazine’s 2022 All About Glass & Metals: Guide for Architects takes a closer look at three essential elements to the high-performance façade equation.