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Discover the Diversity of Glass at the Architects Forum Glass+Performance at GlassBuild America

On September 11th, the Architects Forum Glass+Performance in Atlanta, Georgia presents some of the biggest names in architecture for a symposium of diverse programs, esteemed speakers, and informative dialogues, all in the name of glass. As part of GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Exposition, The Architect’s Newspaper and Glass Magazine have teamed up to develop a spectacular lineup addressing the multiplicity of uses of architectural and decorative glass. Registration allows attendees access to the exciting events of the day, including a keynote address by architect Neil M. Denari, as well as entrance to the three day GlassBuild America Trade Show Floor and five Continuing Education Units from the American Institute of Architects. With a diverse program featuring Emil Hoogendoorn of John Moriarty & Associates, Philip Vourvoulis of Triview Glass Industries, Peter Arbour of seele, and similarly esteemed designers, architects, and innovators within the high-performance glass construction and design industry, this exciting event will draw professionals and experts for a forum of concentrated thought and experience. Throughout the day-long symposium, the Architects Forum Glass+Performance provides opportunities for networking and dialogue, and attendees may continue these engagements with those in demo of cutting-edge technologies on the GlassBuild America trade room floor. Lunch is provided and conversation is encouraged. Topics in presentation include: · Architectural Glass Materials Panel · Functional Appeal and Aesthetic Challenges of Glass Design for Today's Building Facades · Structural Glass: Ancient Material Modern Treatment · The Biggest Glass in Miami Dade County: Construction of the Miami Art Museum Facades Register today for a value offer and join the conversation in glass. See the complete September 11th tentative schedule here.
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Live At Glassbuild Architects Forum: Experts Talk Engineering Big Glass For Herzog & de Meuron’s Miami Art Museum

There are many reasons not to miss the new Architects Forum at Glassbuild this year. For one, Neil Denari will be giving the keynote speech. For two, members of the project team will be giving a presentation on the design, prototype testing, and construction of the facade of Herzog & de Meuron's new Miami Art Museum. This unique building features integrated plantings, multiple micro climates, and some of the biggest expanses of glass in all of Miami Dade County. The presentation will be led by Peter Arbour, a facade designer with a Master of Architecture from Yale University who currently works in the New York office of German facade builder seele. Peter has worked for Israel Berger and Associates, Dewhurst Macfarlane and Partners and RFR Consulting Engineers in Paris. Peter’s project works include 40 Bond Street, with Herzog & de Meuron; the Times Square TKTS booth in with Nick Leahy; the Tour Phare, Paris, with Morphosis; the Grand Museum of Egypt, with Heneghan Peng Architects; and the Broad Museum with Diller Scofidio + Renfro. Peter is the designer and patent holder of the Liquid Wall curtain wall system.
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New at GlassBuild: The Architect’s Forum

denari_glassbuild_01 GlassBuild is the largest trade show for the glass industry in the United States, showcasing the latest in glass products, cutting-edge technology, and educational workshops. On September 11 in Atlanta, The Architect's Newspaper is teaming up with Glass Magazine to create an intensive one day workshop designed specifically for architects. Featuring Neil Denari as a keynote speaker, The Architect's Forum  will include case studies and technical workshops on both high performance and decorative glass. Presentations on materials and guided show tours compliment an in-depth look at the new glass facade of Herzog & de Meuron's Miami Art Museum followed by a presentation on advances in structural glass. Learn more and register today here.