Murphy/Jahn Architects designed this new transparent set of towers for Sin City. The Veer Towers will be a residential development made up of non-reflective glass.
The Veer Towers will have 37 floors and be able to house around 400 families. The transparent glass windows are designed to cut glare and provide a source of natural light. I love the idea behind the Veer Towers, but I am a little worried about the transparent windows. What happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas, after all.
The Veer Towers Give Residents an Unfettered View of Vegas
1. Transparent Architecture - Opportunity to create innovative buildings with non-reflective glass windows for a unique design aesthetic.
2. Glare Reduction Technology - Potential to develop new technologies that effectively reduce glare from transparent glass windows.
3. Maximizing Natural Light - Growing demand for designs that optimize the use of natural light through transparent architecture.
1. Architecture - Chance to revolutionize building designs by incorporating non-reflective glass windows for enhanced aesthetics and functionality.
2. Technology - Opportunity to develop advanced glare reduction technologies that can be applied to various glass window applications.
3. Real Estate - Increasing demand for residential and commercial properties that prioritize natural light and transparency in their designs.