If you have recently completed, or are currently working on a project that uses energy efficient Viridian glass, now is your chance to submit your work for the 2010 Vision Awards. Recognising the role that glass plays in transforming the internal environment of both commercial and residential buildings, Viridian are offering a total of $15,000 […]
January 20th, 2010
If you have recently completed, or are currently working on a project that uses energy efficient Viridian glass, now is your chance to submit your work for the 2010 Vision Awards.
Recognising the role that glass plays in transforming the internal environment of both commercial and residential buildings, Viridian are offering a total of $15,000 in prize money for innovative uses of glass.
Categories for submission include, energy efficiency and glass innovation for commercial and residential design and creative use of glass in interior applications, commercial and residential.
Submissions will be accepted up until 31 March 2010, for projects completed between 1 January 2009 and 31 December 2009.
Viridian Glass Vision Awards 2010
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