With the relaunch of glass blocks, you will find new glass glass block ranges, high performance eco blocks, rigorous CWCT testing data & solutions that make design & specifying easier than ever before.
Glass Block Technology (GBT) continues to work with the brilliant french glass producer La Rochere, who have been our main supplier and partner since the business was formed in 1998. New patterns and coloured TF glass blocks have been introduced in to the La Rochere collection.
In 2012, Glass Block Technology also launched a secondary range of glass blocks, from the German brand, Solaris. The collection features different size glass blocks, from 115mm, 146mm 190x90 half blocks & end & double end pieces in clear & colour.
The new site focuses heavily on making specification easier. High eco credentials & CWCT performance (curtain walling cladding technology), which covers impact, water & wind load resistance & air tightness.
News & future blogs will feature project reviews, covering award winning train stations to precast concrete glass block flooring.
Precast concrete glass block walling & flooring has become a big part of the product offering, supplied by GBT. Fabricated specifically project by project all manner of designs & fire rated products are possible from walling, balconies & walkways to prison cell windows.
For Architects & Designers all connection details are now available in DWG format, for any project conceivable.
For the first time ever GBT is launching a social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Pin-interest. Featuring a full showcase of projects, from over the last 10 years, from schools, night clubs, schools, medical centres to schools & domestic projects.
A full technical support service is available for support with design feasibility, calculations, samples, site visits, installation & procurement.
As new glass block series is being introduced soon, which has produced for a Parisian heritage project & is identical to the original glass blocks used by Le Corbusier in 1937 for the Maison De Vere project, which has inspired glass block projects globally.
I hope you enjoy the updated information & we look for to working with you on future projects.