Architectural Glass Concepts Magazine
Architectural Glass Concepts Magazine was created in 2007 by Benjamin Roggasch, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief. The conceptual framework of the magazine was shaped with the goal of bridging the gap between trade knowledge, sciences, and fine arts as they relate to the use of glass in architecture. The publication examines a wide variety of historical and contemporary accomplishments in the development of glass technology, and specifically environmental design, environmental co-efficiency, transparent thermal barrier technologies, optics, the social aspects of glass architecture, and the growing role of fine arts in the shaping of this field. The Editor’s background as a craftsman combined with an interest in historical and modern glass design and technologies determined the unique profile of the magazine.
The magazine boasts a dedicated team of writers and researchers with an interest and expertise in the related fields; whenever possible, articles feature on-site research and photography.
The scope of Architectural Glass Concepts Magazine ranges from material sciences and concepts envisioning new uses for technologies through to their integration with fine arts in architecture. We highlight the way developments in glass technologies may contribute to efficiency in energy use and enhancement of designed environment.
Architectural Glass Concepts (AGC) Magazine