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01.20.2010
Glass
TKTS BOOth by Perkins Eastman with David Shuldiner, Eckelt Glass, and IPIG
Paul Rivera/Archphoto
 
3Form
520 8th Ave., New York;
212-627-0883
www.3-form.com

Bendheim
122 Hudson St., New York; 212-226-6370
www.bendheim.com

Carvart
180 Varick St., New York;
888-278-4452
www.carvart.com

Champion Metal and Glass
45 East Industry Ct.,
Deer Park, NY;
631-254-2560
www.championmetalglass.com

David Shuldiner
35 Irving Ave., Brooklyn;
718-386-5200
www.davidshuldiner.com

Eckelt Glass
Resthofstraße 18, Steyr, Germany;
+43-7252-894-0
www.eckelt.at

Galaxy Glass & Stone
277 Fairfield Rd., Fairfield, NJ;
973-757-3440
www.glaxayglass.com

General Glass International
101 Venture Way,
Secaucus, NJ;
800-431-2042
www.generalglass.com

Goldray Industries
35 Kent Ave., Brooklyn;
718-388-7667
www.goldrayindustries.com

IPIG
Atlantic House, 45 Hope St., Glasgow, Scotland;
+44-141-222-2767
www.ipig.biz

Joel Berman Glass Studios
Merchandise Mart,
Chicago, IL;
312-527-4676
www.jbermanglass.com

Oldcastle Glass
1350 Avenue of the Americas, New York;
212-957-5400
www.oldcastleglass.com

Pilkington North America
811 Madison Ave., Toledo, OH; 419-247-3731

SAFTIFIRST
325 Newhall St.,
San Francisco, CA;
415-824-4900
www.safti.com

Viracon
800 Park Dr., Owatonna, MN; 507-451-9555 www.viracon.com

Bendheim provided all of the interior glass for all our glass walls at 166 Perry, and they were particularly helpful in procuring this blue glass. There’s only one or two shops in the world that make it, and they were instrumental in getting it for us.”
Christopher Johnson
Asymptote

David Shuldiner came in halfway through the TKTS job. They were terrific at solving problems on the fly. It was amazing to watch them work. You get a new respect when you watch these guys installing.”
Nick Leahy
Perkins Eastman

Goldray Industries’ depth of experience with glass types and fabrication has been critical to the Nexus. They worked with us to generate a large number of ceramic frit glass colors and translucencies to create a glass face that blends into the adjacent masonry brick campus context.“
Mike Harshman
Weiss/Manfredi

“At Harlem Hospital we put a series of images over a 65-foot-high by 185-foot-long facade with just under 500 separate glazing units. In order for the images to appear continuous, all the sections had to align perfectly and have color continuity. We were really pushing the envelope and General Glass’ ability and interest to invest in innovative technologies helped us reach our goals.”
Richard Saravay
HOK