The largest gathering of glass and facade professionals is taking place this month at GlassBuild Connect. Companies and experts from across the world are coming together to explore the hundreds of new products, services, and technologies that are enhancing the aesthetics, performance, and sustainability of the NEXT generation of buildings.
Architects, engineers, contractors, fabricators and consultants have access to over 70 technical education sessions from leading experts across the globe.
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(all sessions are free, but you must be registered to attend)
Tue, September 29, 1pm – 2pm
Beyond the Codes: How Smart Glass Fuels the Next Generation of Buildings
1.0 AIA LU|HSW
Exploring the convergence of trends in tighter performance specifications and design for well-being and how this will drive the need for, and adoption of, new Smart technologies in glass.
Tue, September 29, 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Glass Can’t Do That, Can It? A Closer Look at Next Generation Glass Technologies
1.0 AIA LU
We’ve been living in a world surrounded by “the new normal,” but what about what’s next? Glass as a material has widespread technological, decorative and practical uses. This session will explore the proactive research, development and execution of glass applications that provide a value-added experience to users and occupants. Didn’t think glass could do that? Let us show you how.
Tue, September 29, 4pm – 5pm
Project Insiders Case Study: Collaborative Performance
Presented by the Façade Tectonics Institute. The success of high-performance projects relies on collaboration among all project team partners, from the architect and GC to the glazing system supplier and glazing subcontractor. Hear leaders from across the industry as they discuss the performance achievements on a notable high-performance project.
Wed, September 30, 2:00pm – 3:00pm
There’s a Glass for That
1 AIA LU/HSW; 1 AIBD P-CE; 0.1 IACET CEU
Glass as a material has widespread technological, decorative and practical uses. Its list of properties and capabilities has allowed glass to impact modern architecture in a way that distinguishes it from other building materials, resulting in high-performing facades and unique experiences for its occupants. Glass is the material of choice to enhance spaces where people live, play, learn, work and heal.
4 Trends in Architectural Glass
4 Trends in Metals & Hardware
Trends in Window & Door Design