This fifteen-story building in Toledo, OH was constructed in 1960 to be the Libbey Owens Ford (LOF) headquarters. The building was originally fitted with Thermopane Parallel-o-plate 1/4” Grey over ¼” clear.
At the time, LOF had produced the glass (Thermopane) that was installed on the building to house the headquarters. Since then, the building has changed names but is still utilizing glass made by Pilkington (at the time LOF) to maintain optimal performance and esthetics.
What started as Thermopane by LOF has since been replaced with a new and improved version of the product ¼” Pilkington Energy Advantage™ on Grey over ¼” Clear. Pilkington Energy Advantage™ on Grey is used in this application on the #3 surface and an internal film was also added to bring the light transmission down to 10%.