A variety of TuffX Processed Glass products have been incorporated into the striking new Liverpool Library which has seen more than £55 million injected into its renovation over the last four years.
The restoration of the grade II listed building required careful consideration with developers and architects required to strike a fine balance when incorporating modern, 21st Century design, with various planning applications needed.
TuffX supplied approximately 400m2 19mm clear toughened glass with all edges polished and heat soak tested.
The highly acclaimed design was completed in 2014 and now comprises a new towering, five-storey building that will house reading and information floors, a public café, meeting rooms, and atrium with a roof terrace.
Graham Price comments, “The building has been altered into a stunning, welcoming library and it is wonderful as a local company to be part of that transformation. The intricate design is proving a popular place for people to visit and the project has been a great morale booster for the entire TuffX team.”