Laminated architectural glass UTAH SCHOOLS FOR THE DEAF & THE BLIND
safetyplaintranslucent

laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
laminated architectural glass
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Characteristics

Type
laminated
Technical characteristics
safety
Appearance
plain, translucent
Finish
colored
Applications
for partition walls, for facade
Other characteristics
PVB Polyvinyl butyral

Description

Vanceva® Colors PVB interlayer The Vanceva Colors interlayer system enhances the style of laminated safety glass like never before—combining color and white interlayers to produce more than 17,000 transparent, translucent, or solid colored glass combinations - creating just the right look and ambience. In fact, no other PVB interlayer system offers the ability to achieve the range of colors and varied translucency in glass that Vanceva does. Jacoby Architects designed and programmed this new Salt Lake Center for the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, a new facility providing education, therapy, and services for varying levels of sensory, behavioral, physical, and cognitive abilities. Providing navigational points of reference and clear wayfinding, in and out of the building, became a necessary design concept when developing the form and selecting materials. An overall canvas of light-colored mass is highlighted with high contrast accents of bright red, illuminated features to create landmarks throughout. The building is a bright, fun, playful place for the full range of occupants including children, parents, faculty, staff, administration, researchers, and clinicians.

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