Glass unleashes sustainable architecture and explores new dimensions in future construction

Experience the splendours of glass at ARCHIDEX. Witness how glass in its evolved form and functionality rewards architects with a material to address two key challenges of modern architecture – climate change and carbon footprints.

Glass is a natural element that can shape architectural designs and create unique structures that are timeless, sustainable and 100% recyclable at the end-of-life, and can be endlessly recycled with no loss of quality.

Technology has expanded the functionality of glass, allowing its transparent nature to turn opaque at the click of a button to transition from transparency to privacy, or convert absorbed solar energy into electricity.

 It lets in 80% natural light, while low-emission films prevent heat ingress, keeping spaces bright and cool. Its strength makes it the top choice for durable facades that are as aesthetically pleasing as they are functional.

More than just a construction material, glass embodies a commitment to sustainability driving architects and designers to harness its transformative power to create spaces that seamlessly integrate with nature while minimising their ecological footprint.