Architectural

Incorporating soothing colors into architectural designs

Traditional methods of making colored glass can be costly, particularly when the volume of colored glass is small. And not all colored glass may be appropriate for building codes and requirements. But now, architects and designers have an innovative option to expand their creative boundaries and fulfill their vision without sacrificing structural integrity: Saflex® Earth Tones, a collection of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) color interlayers that add value to glass.

Select from a range of 11 Earth Tones in shades of blue, grey, green, brown, and bronze—colors that are all similar to industry standard glass tints when laminated in clear glass. Saflex color interlayers allow architects and designers to achieve varying light transmissions without having to vary glass thickness or sacrifice structural performance.

Saflex extends the benefits of architectural glazing with the Vanceva Color Studio

Consult your regional Saflex representative for availability of colors, widths, lengths and forms for your region.

To resist fading, these PVB films are made with heat- and light-stable colorants. As a result, they are ideal for both interior and exterior applications, including balconies, curtain walls, atriums, skylights, partitions, and conference rooms.

 




 

Vanceva In addition to Saflex Earth Tone glass interlayers, architects and designers can leverage the Vanceva® color interlayer system to produce an unprecedented spectrum of colors and moods that are otherwise unachievable using stock glass.

For more information on Saflex or Vanceva interlayer, contact us.

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