Print on Glass Façade in a Hospital in Canada
Winnipeg Women and Newborn Hospital
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The second glass type that we produced for this project was a Dual Vision product with ceramic frit squares in a custom dot pattern, which are white when viewed from the exterior and black from the interior. This glass was also made into IGU’s with Solar Ban 70XL Low-E glass as the inboard lite
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Architect choose digital printing because it “provided maximum flexibility in the reproduction of the elm images” and allowed the architect’s to “integrate the entire building façade into a single, continuous image”.
Goldray was able to print on multiple panels and still have them line up seamlessly to create the mural image once installed.
"Being able to achieve the appearance they had initially intended with the finished product.
Once installed, the glass façade represented the image they wanted to achieve initially, and allows the building to stand out within the landscape, and seamlessly encompasses all elements of the design concept."
Roxie Laverty and Sara Ballendine, Marketing Coordinator at Goldray
Goldray won a 2016 Glass Magazine Award for this project for Most Innovative Decorative Glass Project: Exterior