Designing with Architectural Decorative Glass

Start Date
11/27/2021
End Date
11/27/2023
Description
Due to advancements in architectural decorative glass technology, the number of design options available to help designers and architects achieve the specific aesthetics and performance requirements they desire has dramatically increased. This course provides a review of architectural decorative glass including product options, applications, features, and specification considerations. Also discussed is how decorative glass can contribute to sustainable design and LEED® initiatives.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Design-Build
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
Discuss the design trends related to architectural decorative glass, i.e., designs that meet safety and code requirements and incorporate open spaces, expanses of natural light, privacy requirements, and increased daylighting.

State the features and applications of various decorative glass options that are available that enhance the visual interest of an interior space and the aesthetic value of a building while improving performance and reducing glare.

List the considerations when evaluating and specifying an architectural decorative glass product to facilitate the selection process.

Explain how the use of architectural decorative glass can contribute to sustainable design and LEED certification by maximizing daylighting and improving solar control.
Instructors
Scott Cook
Course Codes
AEC1334
Provider
AEC Daily Corporation


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