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16th CE Glass Football Cup

On Saturday was the 16th CEGlass Football Cup at Kisstadion.

The players came from different areas of the company, but this year we also had a guest team.

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

Friday office hours

Dear Partner,

We would like to inform You, that our  working office hours on fridays are until 15h.

Please take this into account, when placing Your orders!

Yours faithfully,
Team CE Glass Industries

Opening hours at the end of the year

Dear Business Partner!

We would like to inform you that CE Glass Industries is CLOSED between the 21nd of December, 2018 (Friday) and the 6th of January, 2019. (Sunday).

The last day of delivery is on the 20th of December, 2018 (Thursday).

Our team will be back on the 7th of January, 2019 (Monday), consequently, we will receive your orders on that day.

The first delivery is planned to take place on the 9th of January (Wednesday), depending on your orders.

Please, hand in your orders keeping in mind the above mentioned.

Yours faithfully,
Team CE Glass Industries

Athlete of the Year 2018.

Like previous years, CE Glass Industries provided the glass trophies, produced with ceramic printing technology, for this year’s 49th „Délmagyarország Athlete of the Year” award ceremony. On this event the top twenty greatest athletes from Csongrád county were awarded.

Congratulations to the award winners!

More about the event:

https://www.delmagyar.hu/sport/49_az_ev_sportoloja_dijatado_gala_csongrad_megye_legjobbjaival_-_ime_a_dijazottak_-_fotok/2581485/

https://www.delmagyar.hu/kepek/49_az_ev_sportoloja_dijatado_gala_ime_a_dijazottak/2060821/3333493/

https://www.delmagyar.hu/kepek/49_az_ev_sportoloja_dijatado_gala_dijaztuk_csongrad_megye_legjobbjait/2060820/3333415/

 

Enormous glass bubbles in the shadows of skyscrapers

Amazon, the trading US company have opened their glass bubble shaped new headquater building in Seattle.

The glass and steel domes vary in size, with the largest bubble spanning 40 meters in diameter and topping out at almost 30 meter high. The glass bubbles linked form 65,000 square-meters of open space with indoor waterfall and a river inside.

Another interesting fact is that Amazon trying to help their staff reach higher productivity with a huge boardroom constructed in a tree and a stimulating botanical garden environment.

The company have hired a gardener to find and plant over 300 species of plant in the bubble from all over the world.

Perfect symmetry and unique designs on printed glass

The innovative science and engineering building at the University of Limerick was constructed as part of the Bernal Project and was since awarded the Irish Building Project of the Year at the Irish Building and Design Awards 2016 in Dublin.

More than 1,700 square meters of architectural glass were used, 1,300 of them on the facade during the project.

This project is a good example that any kind of pattern in any size can be made with the ceramic printing technology we use.

Historic residential building in a modern glass robe

The building, located in Winchester, England, was originally built by the Earl of Airlie in 1856 while he served as Camp Commandant at the nearby Peninsular Barracks military base. As time went by, the former residents split the original building into two modestly sized dwellings later in the 1950s.

The current owners’ love for glass has further shaped the historic building’s look, as a result of which it received its present form: with the help of glass, they transformed the historic building into a modern residential one.

Burj Khalifa

The highest building in the world is the Burj Khalifa (Kalifa Tower), also known previously as the Burj Dubai, which rises to 828 metres. This world-record building, was opeed to the public on 4th of January, 2010.

Besides its world-record height, it is famous for other records as well: the world highest swimming pool is located here (76th floor), along with the world’s highest night club (144th floor) and restaurant (122nd floor). The Khalifa Tower features the world’s fastest elevators, which travels at 18 m/s (64 km/h).

The building is covered by more than 174 000 square metres of SunGuard and ClimaGuard Low-E glass panes. Each built-in glass pane weighs362 kgs, which is quite heavy in and of itself, not to mention the total weight of the panels.

Harlem Hospital Center reconstruction with printed glass technology

Following its reconstruction, the building of Harlem Hospital Center in New York received magnificent glass murals.

The ceramic printed glass mural on the hospital’s facade is based on the work of African-American artist Vertis Hayes, titled “Pursuit of Happiness”..

The 3676-square-meter printed image consists of 429 pieces of laminated safety glass, which viewed from the street creates the impression of a monumental mural.

The modern printed work of art shows off its real beauty at night, when the interior lights of the hospital building bring the breathtaking colors to life.