Glass architecture to be featured in the ‘The Grand Design’ book
Architecture glass is one of the most important and versatile building materials in the world.
It can be used to create windows, roofs and balconies in homes and offices, or for the construction of buildings such as bridges and bridges over the sea.
In this book, The Grand Design, which is being published by Penguin, the author, Anne Lamont, is set to showcase a range of glass architectural designs and the materials used to make them.
Ms Lamont said the book was a tribute to the “unparalleled beauty” of glass architecture.
“Glass is a beautiful building material that can have all sorts of uses, from the creation of a building’s frame and its interior to its display, decoration and use as a window and its display is the focus of this book,” she said.
“It is a building material with a unique and beautiful history, and I am delighted to include some of its most striking, unique and interesting architectural glass designs in this book.”
The Grand Designer is the story of glass and the art of architecture that goes with it.
I hope that readers will be able to connect with the story and its beauty through their own glass-related projects.
“The book, titled Glass Architecture: The Making of a Modern Art, will be published by the publisher Penguin on November 21.