Architectural glass fabrication is a multi-step process, requiring skill, knowhow, and time. Bendheim’s skilled workers & advanced production facilities - combining all major architectural glass fabrication processes - ensure the finest quality & on-time delivery.
architectural glass design
A custom, colored glass wall helps bring a sense of discovery and excitement to this storefront at the Row Hotel, NYC. The eye-catching Bendheim glass appears to dynamically reacts to customers, as it gradually shifts from clear to fully obscuring as they walk past.
A major retrofit of The Children's Hospital of San Antonio features a channel glass facade by Bendheim Wall Systems. The vibrant, ceramic-fritted glass units rise along the building's 10 stories and a 2-story-tall 'lantern' cupola.
Bendheim worked closely with Campbell’s branding experts to recreate in glass the perfect color match to the corporation’s signature red hue. The result: a vibrant focal glass wall incorporating 5,000 sq. ft. of Bendheim back-painted glass.
Exterior architectural glazing systems for a wide range of applications, from interior partitions & wall-cladding to facades & rainscreens.
Virtually unlimited architectural glass varieties: back-painted, colored, etched, patterned, textured, mirrored, decorative laminated, channel glass.
Channel glass is a U-shaped, translucent, machine-rolled architectural glass. Its unique geometry allows it to withstand imposed forces in ways conventional flat glass cannot. Relatively lightweight ¼" (7 mm) thick channel glass can achieve far greater spans than regular flat glass, reaching limitless widths and heights up to 23 ft. (7 m).
As the name suggests, a rainscreen is akin to a raincoat. It protects the building from the elements: rain, snow, and ice. If an elegant cladding material, such as decorative architectural glass is used, a rainscreen can also deliver an added dose of modernity and style. It can be easily attached to the structural walls or floor slabs of a new or old building, creating a protective envelope around it.