Architectural metals and glass are commonly found in tall office buildings or historical structures, although lower-story buildings will also make use of these materials. It can also be used in restoration. The possibilities with architectural metal and glass includes trim around a window or door, facades, frames and much more.
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Examples of historical sites
Palais des Machines was a pavilion constructed for the Exposition Universelle in Paris, late 19th century. Composed of glass, steel and iron, this structure was at the time one of the largest ever created. Following use as an agricultural exhibition hall, it was torn down in 1910.