Our First Open House at the New York Design Center

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Our Newly Opened Architectural Glass DesignLab™ Welcomed Guests for “What’s New What’s Next” Event


What's New What's Next

Bendheim hosted our first ever Design Lab Open House on the top floor of the New York Design Center @200Lex. We joined leading A&D professionals at the Center’s “What’s New What’s Next” event to present our latest specialty glass innovations. Among the introductions were our new Lumi Frit glass, used to create decorative, bird-friendly, projectable ventilated facades and rainscreens.

Lumi Frit is Bendheim’s latest exterior glass addition. The Surface 1 pattern-fritted glass is rare, requiring great technical expertise to produce, and has numerous advantages: from its ability to create brighter, more luminous white glass facades to its enhanced light-reflecting properties that make it an ideal projection surface for larger-than-life dynamic displays.

Guests also had the opportunity to review prototypes of our upcoming QuicKISS magnetic dry-erase glass board system and TurnKey glass cladding system for evenly illuminated ceilings.

“This was our first ever ‘What’s New What’s Next’ event, and there was a great sense of anticipation and excitement,” said Steven Jayson, Bendheim Co-Owner and Executive Vice President. “We are grateful for the professional feedback on our upcoming product introductions. Most of all, we were excited to share in the invigorating sense of discovery and creativity – the passion – that designers bring to these events.”

Bendheim’s Design Lab allows A&D professionals to experience hundreds of specialty glass varieties in large panels and under various light conditions. The breadth of educational and specification resources enables faster evaluation of materials, while our team of design consultants can assist clients with custom product development. Please contact us to make an appointment!

About Bendheim

Bendheim is one of the world’s foremost resources for specialty architectural glass. Founded in New York City in 1927, the fourth-generation, family-owned company offers a virtually unlimited range of in-stock and custom architectural glass varieties. Bendheim develops, fabricates, and distributes its products worldwide. The company maintains production facilities in New Jersey and an extensive showroom in New York City