Oberon™ Architectural Glass by Bendheim Wins Two Prestigious Product Design Awards

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Bendheim's Oberon™ Decorative Architectural Etched Glass is a winner in Architectural Record’s 2015 Record Products Competition, as well as the recipient of Architectural Products’ Product Innovation Award (PIA).

Oberon™ Decorative Architectural Etched Glass is a winner in Architectural Record’s 2015 Record Products Competition, as well as the recipient of Architectural Products’ Product Innovation Award (PIA).

Oberon™ Decorative Architectural Etched Glass is a winner in Architectural Record’s 2015 Record Products Competition, as well as the recipient of Architectural Products’ Product Innovation Award (PIA)

Bendheim is pleased to announce its Oberon™ Decorative Architectural Etched Glass is a winner in Architectural Record’s 2015 Record Products Competition in the Finishes & Surfacing category, as well as the recipient of Architectural Products’ Product Innovation Award (PIA) in the Hospitality category. The awards honor innovation in the development and refinement of buildings products, and highlight Oberon glass as a choice solution for design-driven building projects.

Bendheim’s Oberon Etched Glass is a half-inch thick, ultra-clear (low-iron) glass with a double-sided proprietary acid-etched pattern that adds a sense of body and depth to interior partitions and building facades, whether viewed up-close or from afar. Oberon can be used to create decorative glass stair railings, balustrades, frameless doors, ceilings, and expansive glass facades in a variety of architectural applications and project types, including hospitality, retail, corporate, and healthcare settings.

The copyrighted Bendheim design was created in collaboration with an emerging graphic artist. Inspired by micro-bone structures and natural biomorphic forms, Oberon’s organic pattern creates a soothing and welcoming effect, contributing to occupant comfort. The structure of the pattern was carefully designed to maximize its effect on the space and ability to create a sense of privacy. The Oberon pattern etched into its ultra-clear glass results in a brilliant, crystalline, aesthetic. The etched glass surfaces gently diffuse light, reduce glare, and minimize surface reflections.

Architectural Record’s “Record Products Competition” is judged by a jury of architects, designers, and product specialists. Building products are evaluated against a range of criteria, including innovation, usefulness, and aesthetics. Over 500 entries were submitted in this year’s competition, and Bendheim’s Oberon architectural glass was chosen winner in the Finishes & Surfacing category.

Architectural Products’ “Product Innovation Awards” program, now in its fifth year, recognizes a wide variety of innovative architectural products. The award is judged by a group of 35 independent industry professionals, including architects, interior designers, and veteran architectural, engineering and construction writers. Oberon received a PIA award in the Hospitality category.

“We truly appreciate the industry’s recognition of Oberon, a glass created through Bendheim’s continuing drive towards innovation in architecture and design,” said Robert Jayson, Bendheim President.

For more information on Architectural Products’ Product Innovation Awards, visit http://www.arch-products.com. Architectural Record magazine’s 2015 Record Products winners are featured at http://www.architecturalrecord.com/2015-record-products. To learn more about Bendheim decorative architectural glass, please visit http://www.BendheimArchitectural.com.

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