Glamir™ Architectural Mirrors by Bendheim Garner Multiple Design Industry Honors

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Glamir™, Bendheim’s architectural mirror collection featuring rare pastel and jewel tones, swept up several industry awards for innovation and design. Recent recognitions by Interior Design and Architectural Products magazines point to the collection’s on-trend use of alluring metallic hues and reflectivity to bring luminosity and life to interior surfaces.

With dialed-up, unabashed opulence and style coming to the forefront of design trends, Glamir entered the market at the right moment to take advantage of the energized move towards warmer tones and metallic finishes.

Celebrated for its pastel colors, which “enhance the look of interior spaces,” Glamir garnered an award for “Most Unique Hospitality Surfaces” from Architectural Products’ Product Innovation Awards. One judge noted that the collection’s “champagne and pale gold colors are very on trend.”

The foresight of Bendheim’s color analysts was also recognized by Interior Design magazine, which selected Glamir as “Best of Year” finalist in the Material ConneXion: Glass category. Interior Design’s Best of Year awards are voted on by readers of the magazine, including architects, designers, and interior decorators.

Additionally, Architizer, the online architecture community, selected Glamir as its “product of the day” earlier this month.

Bendheim’s Glamir collection is produced with ultra-clear low-iron glass, eliminating the typical bluish-green glass tint and allowing the pure, jewel-like colors to shine through. For more information, please visit http://www.bendheim.com/campaign/glamir.

About Bendheim

Bendheim, founded in New York City in 1927, is one of the foremost resources for specialty architectural glass. The fourth-generation, family-owned company stocks over 2,000 architectural glass varieties and offers virtually unlimited custom design solutions. Bendheim develops and distributes its products worldwide, maintaining glass production facilities in New Jersey and an extensive to-the-trade showroom in Tribeca, New York City.